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Submitted by Roman Mitelman (United States), Apr 11, 2006 at 16:18

Mr. Pipes,

could you write some kind of instruction for young boys and girls how to be decent, honest, to keep and express personal views (no matter left,right,etc), to face collissions with professors (if necessary) and be able to complete an education at university? Thank you in advance.
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Daniel Pipes replies:

Good questions but better asked of someone who specializes on student issues; I focus on the faculty members.

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