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Alan Kors, from the Adam Smith tie around his neck to the "Liberty" flag on his wall, makes no bones about his libertarianism.
His files, refusing to conform to anyone's concept of order but their own, apparently share it.
"Can you believe the kid won?" Kors asks, holding up an old envelope covered in scribbled names, numbers and reminders that, along with the mountains of scrap paper, xeroxes and formal reports from which it came, once played its part in Kors' struggle against Penn's prosecution of Eden Jacobowitz... Download file "In defense of freedom in academia"