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Submitted by Judy Schechter (United States), Apr 2, 2003 at 09:38

Given what you are saying about the professors at Columbia, how do we protest against this? Give us out here in mid America the chance to do something given the attack that we are under. Maybe you could find E-mails or snail mail addresses to write to and post them on your e-mail site. What I don't understand is why these people are still in the positions they are in? Why are they not fied for treason, or something? What they are saying may not constitute treason, but it sure does come close.
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