Author: Sahar


Posted on: September 16th, 2010

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Just something I sent to a few friends … 🙂 Hey everyone. We won. Read this: “I do not think that any group or class of persons in the United States should be denied the protections of the First Amendment, not now, not ever … I do not mean to suggest that the Constitution and […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: September 14th, 2010

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Victory? Nicholas Kristof and I do not see the world—and America’s role in it—in the same way. I have sometimes expressed my disagreements with his opinions vociferously (vociferousness is my business). But in yesterday’s The New York Times, he quotes two sentences that I recently wrote—one of them genuinely embarrasses me, and I deeply regret […]

Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: September 11th, 2010

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In 2009, Brandeis University awarded Marty Peretz its Alumni Achievement Award. He’s featured in the Alumni Snapshots section of our website, under a heading praising him for “Leading the Intellectual Inquiry”. He’s the editor-in-chief of the New Republic, and we use his name repeatedly to promote the university. So what has he done recently to […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: September 10th, 2010

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Marty Peretz, class of ’59, is kind of a big deal. He’s the owner and editor-in-chief of The New Republic, a prominent magazine with a proud legacy. Brandeis certainly thinks highly of him: he keeps popping up on the website, and we just gave him the Alumni Achievement Award in 2009. Problem is, he just […]

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