October 25, 2005

Anti-Communism Makes Debut At Brandeis, 16 Years Late

A man distributing communist literature in front of the Usdan student center was ejected from campus last week, according to The Justice. An employee of the Cambridge-based Revolution Bookstore, the man was cited for solicitation and trespassing, and threatened with arrest should he ever return.

While even members of the Radical Student Alliance have disassociated themselves from the man, his supporters have of course made this into a free speech issue. Because if communist countries are known for anything, itís the free and unimpeded exchange of ideas.

Posted by Stephen Silver at October 25, 2005 05:11 PM

I was going to say, hasn't this guy ever heard of private property and rights within it....then I realized, he's a communist

Posted by: jaws at October 25, 2005 09:15 PM
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