Christopher Edley misapplies the principle of "academic freedom"

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to profit self, demanding more compensation for his defense 
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"I think that a certain amount of controversy is necessary because excellence always means 

exceptional.  Most of the public would probably oppose tenure, sabbatical leaves, support 

for basic research, admitting out-of-state or foreign students, and below-market tuition for 

students heading for elite careers in business or law.  And, as I've discovered and Berkeley 

has experienced, much of the public doesn't care about academic freedom.  UC leaders 

must be prepared to defend these policies despite their unpopularity and have almost 

always done so... 

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