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At many colleges today, regulations have been imposed that forbid the use in speech or print of language that â€œoffendsâ€
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23 Nov 2006, 23:38
I choose D...
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23 Nov 2006, 23:54
C for me.
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24 Nov 2006, 00:13
I also think C. I want to figure out what's wrong with D
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24 Nov 2006, 00:20
There is no such "inconsistency" in the opposing argument.
the author is just attacking the meaning of "democracy".
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24 Nov 2006, 04:13
Although these regulations are defended in the name of â€œdemocracy,â€
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24 Nov 2006, 08:25
[quote="MBA2ran"]At many colleges today, regulations have been imposed that forbid the use in speech or print of language that â€œoffendsâ€
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24 Nov 2006, 22:08
kripalkavi wrote:

what is the true spirit of democracy?

you don't know? Look at Iraq! Bush must have achieved democracy there after 3 years. If still not yet, what a failure.

24 Nov 2006, 22:08
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