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Warner and Wenner in Dreamland

Reader comment on item: It Takes a Ph.D. in Political Science …

Submitted by Leonard (Canada), Sep 29, 2006 at 21:21

Somebody should send them copies of Bat Ye'or's last two books, and copies of the translated "Muslim Brotherhood Project", but I doubt they would read them, and if they read them they would deny everything.

In the medieval period (following WW II) when I was in school you were expcted to produce and defend some serious research. But with the feds paying schools $$$ for each masters and doctorate they issue, greed has lowered the standards the standards.

Of course political correctness is destroying Europe and is not helping us here.

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