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May 30, 2008



Dear Dr. Irene

It was interesting to read a first hand account of indifference and discrimination in the academic world. The question is what effective recourse is there?

The answer is very little because the people involved, be they administrators or colleagues, hate your guts. That is reality as it was in 1938. The only thing that might be effective is a counter boycott from American Jewish academics and lots of publicity.

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