One of the things that I found ironic in the recent JFK stand off was that the students were so effective in using their legal right to protest against the companies' legal right to protest. I rationalized away the dichotomy with the thought that the students probably were not so much against the companies' right to protest as against the perceived bad form of the protests given the understandable desire of the students to get their school quickly rebuilt . . .
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