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Reader comment on item: Bad News from Slippery Rock

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Apr 11, 2006 at 14:29

It is not just in the United States, you know. France and Britain are even more dominated by the far-left when it comes to education. Who are the far-left? The far-left are people who support issues such as feminism and human rights. They are generally pro-Muslim. Wait a second: who do these things go hand in hand? Anyway, in many countries, schools are run by far-leftists. In Italy, there is a teacher who claims that Iraqui insurgency is a legitimate form of resistance. In the United States, it is probably not as bad as in Europe. The far-left are different from mainstream centre-left parties. Slippery Rock is another example of far-left power. It is time to go back to pluralism in education.

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