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Submitted by Jack Caughran (United States), Nov 14, 2002 at 10:13

"The time has come for adult supervision of the faculty and administrators at many American campuses. Especially as we are at war, the goal must be for universities to resume their civic responsibilities."

Scary paragraph. What next? Adult supervision of the internet? After all, we are at war. Adult supervision of talk radio. After all, these are public airwaves, and we are at war. Maybe leftists should be allowed to speak, but forced to wear some kind of identifying tag. We are at war, you know.

Ideas should be fought with ideas, not with "supervision".
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