RE: RE: Shapes of a Wedge

From: Alexanian, Moorad <>
Date: Wed May 19 2004 - 12:52:29 EDT

I believe you are giving too much credit to successes that are not due to “liberal” actions. Certainly, Martin Luther King was not a liberal and his efforts were totally based on Christian principles. It is a fact that the administrative and academic departments, mainly in the non hard science departments, are in the hands of people who see the wrongs done by some Americans as reflecting bad towards the whole of the US. Such people are undermining our nation and have learned nothing from the failed experiment that was the Soviet Union.



        -----Original Message-----
        From: John W Burgeson []
        Sent: Wed 5/19/2004 11:24 AM
        To: Alexanian, Moorad
        Subject: Re: RE: Shapes of a Wedge

>>Many young Christians are totally unprepared to go to college and
        confront the liberal trends that permeate higher education.>>
        Very true.
        You write as if "liberal trends" were a "bad" thing.
        They include, of course, such ideas as female suffrage, Civil Rights, end
        of Jim Crow laws, repeal of laws against inter-racial marriage, rights of
        females to higher education, rights of females and minorities to contend
        for high positions in politics and business, rights of children such as
        Billy Gobitas to refrain from a flag salute (the silence on this list on
        that case is deafening), the right to question authority, etc. etc.
        I am thankful to my parents for being "liberal" enough to set me straight
        at an early age. They may have been "yellow dog Republicans," but they
        understood this stuff.
        There is a reason why colleges and universities are "liberal," you know.
        It is because they have had to wrestle with the hard problems.
        Ubi Caritas
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