Former students say he tested many ideas of campaign in classroom
THE LONG RUN
By Jodi Kantor
The New York Times
updated 8:36 a.m. ET, Wed., July. 30, 2008
CHICAGO - The young law professor stood apart in too many ways to count. At a school where economic analysis was all the rage, he taught rights, race and gender. So he practices divisive politics, what else is new? Other faculty members dreamed of tenured positions; he turned them down. I respect this While most colleagues published by the pound, he never completed a single work of legal scholarship. Wow his accomplishments is even less than I expected. Not only did he not do anything in the senate, he didn't do anything as a professor.
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