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"Liberalism is a mental disorder"

Reader comment on item: [Brandeis University President Jehuda] Reinharz, Israel and Me

Submitted by bernie nagler (United States), Feb 13, 2007 at 20:57

Michael Savage said that, and it aptly sums up Brandeis. My daughter graduated from Brandeis in 1997, but I never realized how bad it was until I read your article, and a referenced article.

Reinharz is worse than I could have imagined, having let a great school deteriorate in the name of CULTURAL PERVERSITY and liberal confusion. It really is not to be believed

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