moral incompetence of academe, part II: Christopher Edley

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0518_03_1-thumb-350x336.jpg A snapshot of how the head of a reasonably prestigious legal program views issues of law, responsibility, accountability and the role of educational institutions in society.

The Berkeley Law dean (pictured here outside 2008 commencement ceremonies) has a disgraceful history of defending Bush regime war criminal John Yoo's continued employment at Boalt Hall.

A battle is raging right now over the future of the University of California. But the question should be not only about whether education will be affordable, but what kind of education it will be.

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