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Anti-masonic attacks are easily recognized and refuted by fact and logic. Asides and allusions in works unrelated to Freemasonry pose a different challenge. Please forward additional references, with details, to our editor.
Hunter S. Thompson, Hell’s Angels : A Strange and Terrible Saga. New York : Modern Library, Random House Library, Inc., 1999. c. 1966. ISBN: 067960331. pp. 17-18.
"Why can't people let us alone, anyway? All we want to do is get together now and then and have some fun—just like the Masons, or any other group."
But the presses were already rolling and the eight-column headline said: HELL’s ANGELS GANG RAPE. The Masons haven't had that kind of publicity since the eighteenth century, when Casanova was climbing through windows and giving the brotherhood a bad name. Perhaps the Angels will one day follow the Freemasons into bourgeois senility, but by then some other group will be making outrage [sic] headlines....

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