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Submitted by Nurit Greenger (United States), Feb 14, 2007 at 18:47

It is most unfortunate that nowadays the United States' college and university campuses are considered the greatest threat to our democracy and the majority of professors are the enemy within of our great nation, influencing the young minds of our future generations.

Jehuda Reinharz' unprofessional conduct is not in keeping with the office of a university president. It is time for him to leave the academia world so less young minds are tainted by people like him.

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