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April 03, 2004

NYT writes about possible liberal bias in academia

Of course, the article was stuffed in the Arts section on a Saturday, but it is a start.

But, carping aside, the piece by Yilu Zhao was pretty even-handed and fairly summarized the ongoing controversy over the proposed Academic Bill of Rights.   Like I said, its a start.

April 3, 2004 at 07:53 PM | Permalink

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