One doesn’t hear that anyone was dismissed for moral corruption, unprofessionalism, or bad relations with students. They dismiss the best for political unsuitability, insubordination, unwillingness to keep quiet, and the courage to demonstrate their opposing opinions and attitudes. At many schools, deans appointed by the government have hatched a tyrannical regime–an atmosphere of fear, execution, […]
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