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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Wait wait wait...

So Fair v. Rumsfeld wasn't about the law schools' free speech?  Turns out that not only did the Supreme Court not buy their argument, neither did they.  In a speech to Lambda at Harvard, BC Law Prof. Kent Greenfield, who founded and led the group, made that much pretty clear.  Straight from the glowing Crimson article:

"He admitted that the case “wasn’t really about free speech,” as FAIR had asserted in its challenge, but “about equality.” FAIR, he said, had come up with a “creative” argument to fight Solomon."


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