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Subject:Re: Thoughtless instructors From:"Everman, Daniel" <evermad -at- TTC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 23 Oct 1995 11:42:59 EST
>John Gear writes:
>We don't owe that "teacher" or the students any apologies. We do
>ourselves, the students, and the rest of humanity a disservice if we
>simply allow such ideas to go unchallenged.
>John Gear (catalyst -at- pacifier -dot- com)
>The Bill of Rights--The Original Contract with America
>Accept no substitutes. Beware of imitations. Insist on the genuine
As an advocate of the Bill of Rights, I would post this reminder that
those students have a RIGHT to freedom of speech, whether that's okay
with this group or not. Challenge them, yes. Exclude them, no.
evermad -at- ttc -dot- com
(I have a deal with my employer: I don't represent their opinions, and
they don't represent mine.)