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What it will take for Harvard to change

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Submitted by John Maloney (United States), Jun 11, 2002 at 12:37


As usual, I am one of your "amen chorus". About the only point of equivocation I have is that the Harvard brain trust might not quite understand that we are really in a war. However, future terror incidents here in the U.S. will disabuse even the closeted intelllectuals at Harvard. At that time, I will be curious to see which broad-minded ( or addled brained) intellectuals champion the right of other "jihadis" to be given a free forum.
Regards, JM
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