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Calif.vs.Academic Freedom, Art. No. 1688

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Submitted by S.C.Panda (India), Apr 4, 2004 at 06:18

Dear Prof Pipes,
I wish only to emphasize a part of a sentence of your article and I quote, "Articlces disappear, press analysis vaporize and classroom lectures effervesce but books endure."

Islamists, Communists and Nazis (believing in the dictatorship of Khalif, proletariat and Aryan supremacy respectively) do not qualify to enjoy freedom given by liberal democracy. And these elements should be exposed in public and isolated.

Regards,Sincerely, S.C.Panda
Prof Danel Pipes,Director,MEF
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