Made to Prevent Hysteria
To the Editors:
I read Benjamin Joffe-Walts letter, printed in the Feb. 8
edition of The Oberlin Review, I was very troubled. I am a freshman
and I lack Joffe-Walts four years of experience with the college
administration, so I have nothing comparable to the specific cases
and personal experience he cites. However, some of Joffe-Walts
ideas strike me as dangerous and ultimately undefendable.
of Policy is Unacceptable
from a Socialist
Funds to be Reallocated
Lead the Way to a Better Black History
are Still Effective
Questions Joffe-Walts Letter
Questions...with Aaron Mucciolo
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