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By David Horowitz

Bestselling writer David Horowitz unearths a surprising and perverse tradition of lecturers who're poisoning the minds of today's students. The Professors is a warning sign to all those that imagine collage schooling is sans hatred of the US and the yankee army and aid for America's terrorist enemies.

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Eismeier immediately logged on to the Internet and came up with an article Churchill had written three years before, which in his eyes was a smoking gun. ” Churchill’s imperfect sense of English syntax made his title seem more obscure than its inflammatory message warranted. What he meant was that the heinous terrorist attacks of 9/11 were a case of the chickens coming home to roost; that the horrors of 9/11 were Americans’ just desserts. ” Churchill wrote. “True enough, [the victims of 9/11] were civilians of a sort.

Speaking on the final conference panel, Professor Lemisch spelled out the connection that academic radicals like himself made between their roles as scholars and their political goals: “Being an activist is a necessary prerequisite for historians who want to see through the reigning lies, and I take it as a given that we must be activists. Writing history is about challenging received authority. Activist experience gives ProfessorInterior1 1p 7/6/07 10:26 AM Page liv liv THE PROFESSORS the historian experiential understanding of the power of the state, repression, social change .

S. Capitol, and other official buildings. 6 When the terrorist cult dissolved in 1976, Kathy Boudin joined the “May 19 Communist Movement,” a Weather Underground network splinter group, which in 1981 robbed a Brinks armored car in Nyack, New York, murdering two guards and a policeman, and leaving nine children fatherless. Susan Rosenberg was part of the Weather Underground network and was indicted for the Nyack crime. Kathy Boudin was convicted for her role in the Nyack robbery-murders, but Susan Rosenberg, though indicted, was never tried.

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