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Submitted by Carole Philipps (United States), Nov 13, 2002 at 15:26

My sister mailed me an article, an essay written by Marjorie Cohn, a law professor at San Diego Jefferson School of Law. It is literally filled with the most viperous poison aimed at Bush and the present administration, and includes his father and D. Cheney. It even hints that George Bush allowed Sept. 11 in order to further his oil interests. It's way past time for the American people to take back their universities before it is way too late.

P.S. BTW, my sister mailed this to me because she believes every word of it.
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