Readers Can Now Post Their Own Views On VelvelOnNationalAffairs.Com
January 19, 2007
Re: Readers Can Now Post Their Own Views On VelvelOnNationalAffairs.Com.
From: Dean Lawrence R. Velvel
In accordance with a suggestion made by one of my readers, we are going to make it possible for readers to themselves post, on VelvelOnNationalAffairs.com, comments they may wish to make about essays I post, or about the general topics of the essays, or about any other readers’ comments on the essays or topics. The hope in letting people post their views themselves is that they will want to write and post intelligent, informative comments (whether brief or lengthy), and will thereby contribute to the public dialogue on important matters. Since excellent comments have long sent to me by email at Velvel@mslaw.edu, I know that many of you have very good points to make. I hope you will now make and post them on VelvelOnNationalAffairs.com. Of course, anyone who wants his or her comment to remain private can send it to me at Velvel@mslaw.edu, as before.
Needless to say, all comments that readers write and post will be the views of the writers, not of myself or MSL.
Again, I hope you will post your own views and thereby contribute to the public dialogue.*
* This posting represents the personal views of Lawrence R. Velvel. If you wish to comment on the post, on the general topic of the post, or on the comments of others, you can, if you wish, post your comment on my website, VelvelOnNationalAffairs.com. All comments, of course, represent the views of their writers, not the views of Lawrence R. Velvel or of the Massachusetts School of Law. If you wish your comment to remain private, you can email me at Velvel@mslaw.edu.
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