The boycott sword has two edges

Clarice Feldman
For the first time, a group of American academics has called for a boycott of Israel's universities. If American donors decide to boycott donations to their respective schools, it show the signers of this insidious petition the cost of denying academic freedom to one set of people -- it spreads throughtout the globe and can even bite those who began it.
For the first time, a group of American academics has called for a boycott of Israel's universities. If American donors decide to boycott donations to their respective schools, it show the signers of this insidious petition the cost of denying academic freedom to one set of people -- it spreads throughtout the globe and can even bite those who began it.