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Academic Freedom Cuts Both Ways

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Submitted by Joe Schneider (United States), Apr 28, 2005 at 12:43

As a student, past, present anf future, I too have a right to be heard. I also have a right to talk about what I hear. In the interests of accuracy, academic or otherwise, I find it necessary to record lectures (I'm a lousy note taker). You know, a kind of academic Mossad or Saudi thought/religious police, or name any totalitarian agency. I'm sure it would not put a chill on the polemicists among our faculties.
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