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Personal Attacks On You

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Submitted by Jason Epstein, Director of Legislative Affairs, B'nai B'rith Intl (United States), Sep 30, 2002 at 19:26

Dr. Pipes --

I was surprised that you didn't respond to Dabashi's attack on your character (i.e., "failed academic") by pointing out that he is engaged in making you a target of an organized character assassination while having the gall to claim victim status for himself. I can't remember if you addressed the character attacks in a recent National Review piece, but I would welcome your thoughts.

Thanks for your excellent work.
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