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what twenty mllion can buy

Reader comment on item: CAIR and the Council on Foreign Relations Endorse Mearsheimer/Walt
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Submitted by leo solomon (Israel), Sep 1, 2006 at 09:05

It is hard to escape the notion that the recent infussion of $20,000,000 ,donated by a Saudi prince,.into Harvards' coffers might have had something to do with the recent spate of anti Zionist articles by these two Harvard professors. How many other Ivy League recipients of Saudi largesse have there been?how many others are there ,now, in the Saudis"pockets?

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