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Jim Zirin speaks with Anne-Marie Slaughter.

At Harvard, University-issued table placemats give students talking points on lines to take with their parents in discussing immigration policy. At Yale, students  savaged a faculty member whose wife questioned University guidelines on appropriate Halloween costumes. At Princeton, students took over the President’s office to demand removing Woodrow Wilson’s name from University institutions. Noted author, and former dean of Princeton’s iconic Woodrow Wilson School, Anne-Marie Slaughter, tells Jim that the situation requires prudent management and patient listening.

 

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