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The Pathetic Case Against the Academic Bill of Rights · 12 March 2006

How vapid can the opponents of intellectual freedom be?

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Willful Misunderstanding · 05 March 2006

My book The Professors has garnered a fair share of attention. There are already 3 million web references to “dangerous professors,” its subtitle.

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The ACLU and Professor Organizations Attempt to Censor Conservative Book · 14 February 2006

Press release--SAF--02/15/06

A coalition of radical professors, students, and organizations has launched a smear campaign to discredit David Horowitz's newly-released book, The Professors.

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ALA Votes to Oppose "Academic Bill of Rights" · 06 February 2006

LibraryJournal.com--02/06/06

The American Library Association (ALA) makes demonstrably false claims about the Academic Bill of Rights.

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Academic Hit Job · 12 January 2006

By David Horowitz—Frontpagemag.com—01/12/06

On Wednesday, InsiderHigherEd.com ran a hit piece on the hearings in Pennsylvania and myself in particular.

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American Historical Association and American Association of Colleges & Universities Oppose Acade · 09 January 2006

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I'm not surprised the AHA refused to condemn speech codes which are clear violations of the First Amendment. This shows the hypocrisy of the organization's claims to principle.

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Standing Up for Academic Freedom · 02 January 2006

The Modern Language Association’s delegate assembly approved a resolution Thursday praising David Horowitz for … just kidding.

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Response to the American Federation of Teachers' Latest Attack · 12 December 2005

By Sara Dogan--SAF--12/13/05

The American Federation of Teachers' latest irresponsible attack on the Academic Bill of Rights titled "Guarding Against the Wrong 'Bill of Rights'" is largely a repetition of previous falsehoods, which have been previously refuted.

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Will the Real McCarthyists Please Stand Up? · 29 November 2005

By Justin Park--Alternet.org--10/25/05

Is there a conservative movement to silence dissent on college campuses? At the University of Colorado at Boulder, a radical professor's scholarship and ethnicity is the subject of an official review.

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Epperson reported to Students for Academic Freedom · 13 November 2005

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By Kelli Herzberg--The Simpsonian--11/02/05

Whether or not politics have a place in the classroom has always been a controversial issue, but the votes are in.

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