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Beinart, Peter
October 2001
New Republic;10/22/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 17, p6
Offers a look at the impact of terrorism on the U.S. on freedom of speech. Loss of a job by Charles Fairbanks at the Johns Hopkins University following comments he made about Muslims; View that Fairbanks lost his job due to identity politics paranoia and the culture of the American left; Idea that the political left does not support the war against terrorism.


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