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Rob Capriccioso, “Walking on Eggshells,” Inside Higher Education (August 15, 2006). com/news/ 2006/08/15/utah. 21. Thomas Friedman, “Giving the Hatemongers No Place to Hide,” New York Times, July 22, 2005. ex=1279684800&en=17fb5beb19b09d86& ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss. 22. Scott Jaschik, “Are You Now or Have You Ever . ,” Inside Higher Education (August 15, 2006). Available online: http://insidehighered. com/news/2006/08/15/oath. 23. This charge comes from a report issued by the conservative group, American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), founded by Lynne Cheney (spouse of Vice President Dick Cheney) and Joseph Lieberman (Democratic senator).
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