Members of the Brown University community are entitled to their views on American foreign policy. At the Brown campus in Providence, those may run decidedly against military solutions to world problems. But to channel those frustrations into keeping the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps off campus is misdirected. Unfortunately, Brown’s board of trustees is expected to follow the recommendations of a committee of Brown professors, students, and deans by maintaining the university’s ban on the undergraduate military training program.
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