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Trust the students with more free speech.

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Submitted by T. Kumar (United States), Nov 12, 2002 at 17:48

Dr. Pipes:
While I disagree with nearly all of the statements made by the Professors you list, they do not have to be experts on the Middle East to voice their opinions on a matter that concerns us all. I would suggest that we ought to have faith in our young men and women. The way to "take our country back" is to ensure that they are exposed to views from as many different perspectives as possible. Your columns provide good examples to counter the inanities of the "eggheads".

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