Editor,In 1948, I told a classmate who had come to us from overseas something that was then the truth. She spoke of was the storm troopers slamming into her home in Vienna in the middle of the night, giving them 15 supervised minutes to pack a small case with their most required possessions, then booting them out of the country. Her father had been a newspaper publisher and so no one was killed. They had gone first to Palestine, then to South America, then to Mexico, and finally to the United States. I remember telling her that she would never have to worry about such a thing again, because in the U.S., the police would never knock down the door in the middle of the night and make demands of any kind. There has been a change hasn't there?