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Unformatted text preview: problem. In the 1890s at the University of Berlin Jewish students were exiled. He stated that Parvis was a curious figure in the left wing. He was a Jew and a Marxist. He had an international point of view, similar to the idea of globalization. He believed in capitalist internationalization. There was also two other figures, Guesde and Jaures. Professor Cohen talked about the Palestinian recession and the political transformation in 1977; the election of the right wing. He concluded by saying that he is worried about the discourse of the left side on University campuses....
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- Winter '08