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International Relations...and American Professors
Posted by: eb (IP Logged)
Date: May 6, 2004 10:00PM

Thought it would be worth contributing into the files of information on some current policymakers, and connections with the entrenchment of thought, and education of the nations young and brightest in the institutions of higher learning.

For example, the typical undergraduate is reading, and being taught in fact Fukyuama...or take SamuelHuntington, and his influence on current scholarly thought and what students are taught. As a current graduate student, past past scholar in IR at the undergrdaute level, I find that you did have a file on Fukyahama, whose mentor was Samuel Huntington...also an individual who has had many involvements on committees, etc. The correlation though with how academically they impact the educations of the professional today is startling.

Thought it was worth contributing, and if I have posted wrong, forgive mia prima lavora.

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