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Dog bites man, on campus

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles ) | Mar 30, 2005

College Faculties A Most Liberal Lot, Study Finds

That's the headline for a Washington Post story about a new Lichter-Rothman study, showing that American college professors are liberal.

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  • Posted by: - Mar. 31, 2005 8:52 AM ET USA

    The real ideocy is that it required a formal study. One must wonder about the intelligence of anyone that took part in the study. That's like a headline in the morning paper about a study to determine whether or not the sun will rise tomorrow.

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