Victim-blaming ignores issue

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In his long letter to the UC Berkeley School of Law community, Sujit Choudhry has demonstrated a creative way to blame the victim. He does not deny that the things his victim said happened actually happened. But he implies that she is somehow complicit because of the amount of time
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Letter fails to recognize fault

Whether Choudhry had “sexual intentions” toward Tyann Sorrell is, quite frankly, irrelevant. I can think of very few workplaces in which it is appropriate for a boss to kiss, hug or massage his support staff on a near daily basis.
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Voting for lesser of evils hurts America

Yi Zhang’s op-ed in your Aug. 8 edition made some good points about the current Democratic and Republican presidential campaigns, though Zhang didn’t discuss any of the big issues. But, Zhang ends the op-ed with the totally wrong conclusion that we should vote for the lesser evil. This type of
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Hillary Clinton inspires mixed feelings

As a social work student, I have some mixed feelings about Hillary Clinton’s nomination as the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party. Clinton was probably the most conservative first lady, but she now wants to be the most liberal president. In 1996, Bill Clinton signed two of the most conservative
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