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hofstra – president message

it felt good to have prez of hofstra stuart rabinowitz welcome everyone on behalf of hofstra community. but praise of commission on presidential debates is a little sickening. the commission is unfair and corporate. the the wealthy sponsors got to stand up. wish they had helped to open the debate to third party candidates. he says he did this for students. how come only 200 students were allowed to view the actual debate. the university should have demanded that. oh he will give up seat. great symbolic way to smoothe but not fix an injustice. he is slick. at least student volunteers got to participate. though they had to apply so far in advance, I think most students would not plan that far ahead.

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  1. This is dependent upon the governed being adequately informed about the issues in question, and upon the decision makers having the capacity and will to listen and take account of what they have heard. ,

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