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The "Blame America First" Crowd

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Submitted by Bob Greene (United States), Oct 10, 2002 at 00:56

Professor Zinn is obviously a member in good standing of the Blame America First crowd. The sheer intellectual dishonesty of Zinn's position that the US is the most dangerous nation on Earth betrays him as one whose views are beyond the pale. He is the moral equivalent of those who deny the Holocaust or of those who defend slavery.

While I admire Dr. Pipies for confroting evil since evil must always be confronted, I trust it was a most distasteful experience to associate with such naked perfidity.
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