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Harvard Petition Drive on Divesting from Israel

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Harvard Petition Drive on Divesting from Israel

Harvard Petition Drive on Divesting from Israel

Harvard Petition Drive on Divesting from Israel

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Host Scott Simon talks with two Harvard professors about a controversial petition that has been circulating among faculty members. It calls on the university to divest from companies doing business in Israel. Elizabeth Spelke is a professor of psychology who supports the petition. Jeffrey Hamburger is a professor of the history of art and architecture who opposes the petition. (6:30)
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