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1. Why Academic Freedom Doesn't Matter—Frank Donoghue
2. Take Your Ritalin and Shut Up—Marc Bousquet
3. Academic Freedom and the Composition Program—Linda Brodkey and Holly Bauer
4. Murderabilia Inc.: Where the First Amendment Fails Academic Freedom—Samuel P. Nelson and Catherine Prendergast
5. The Fate of Academic Freedom—Cary Nelson
6. The Corporate University, Academic Freedom, and American Exceptionalism—Eric Cheyfitz
7. Civility and Academic Life—Norman G. Finkelstein
8. Deadwood: Academic Freedom and Smart People—Bruce Robbins
9. The Economics of Academic Freedom, or Plato's P & T Committee—Jeffrey T. Nealon
10. Away from Home: The Case of University Employees Overseas—Andrew Ross
11. Academic Freedom/Academic Market—Evan Watkins
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