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To the editors:
Re: “KSG Seeks Distance From Paper,” news, Mar. 24.
The charge of a malevolent organized Jewish conspiracy is the most blatant form of anti-Semitism. In the 21st century, I find it insufficient that the Kennedy School of Government removed its logo from the scurrilous paper published last week by Kennedy School of Government Dean Stephen M. Walt and Professor John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago. I find it insufficient that the most prominent educational institution in the world added a more prominent disclaimer stating that the classic racist views expressed in that work belong only to the authors.
I call on Harvard—take that paper off your server and issue an apology to all persons of learning and conscience.
April 4, 2006
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