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Self-control with Howard Zinn

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Submitted by Joseph Greenberg (United States), Oct 10, 2002 at 11:59

In his discussion with Howard Zinn, Daniel Pipes was, as usual, reasonable, responsible and factually correct. He was also too much of a gentleman in his responses to Zinn who I found to be completely unreasonable, irresponsible and incorrect on many facts.

That Zinn should infer that President Bush and this country (I assume to be Zinn's country also) pose a greater threat to world peace and security than Iraq is treasonous.

I admire Dr. Pipes' self control.
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