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Reader comment on item: An Inadvertent Endorsement of Campus Watch [at Georgia Tech]
in response to reader comment: What a silly diatribe

Submitted by D Williams (United States), Apr 22, 2006 at 22:09

You said, "As long as each of us is trying to arrive at a truth, or the best solution or plan, everything generally works out OK. If we can argue back and forth like that in the supposedly cutthroat world of corporate America, why can't that take place in academia?"

Is it possible that the agenda is not to arrive at the truth, but rather use a bully pulpit to impress young rebellious minds?
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