WaPo: Words Die Hard on th eWeb
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Harsh Words Die Hard on the Web - washingtonpost.comOn a serious side--this is harmful speech and virtually impossible to respond to, no/ Although a correctio nsite has been started. . . .
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Harsh Words Die Hard on the Web
By Ellen Nakashima
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa, has published in top legal journals and completed internships at leading institutions in her field. So when the Yale law student interviewed with 16 firms for a job this summer, she was concerned that she had only four call-backs. She was stunned when she had zero...
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