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Critiques of military’s purpose, place on campus draw stern rebuttal

Yale sophomore Andrew Hendricks, wearing an Air Force ROTC uniform, adjusts his garrison cap on the university’s campus in New Haven. Yale sophomore Andrew Hendricks, wearing an Air Force ROTC uniform, adjusts his garrison cap on the university’s campus in New Haven. (Jessica Hill/Associated Press)
October 29, 2011

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"Trivializing the need for qualified people to safeguard our national security, and describing education in this area as teaching the 'art of killing people,' reflects a profound superficiality of thought." — Gustave H. Murby

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