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S. ” That would not be tolerable anymore. There are a lot of changes, but there is a long way to go. Question: Do you believe that universities can be nonpolitical? On a more personal level, how have you yourself negotiated be- 46 History and Investigations tween being faithful to your beliefs and accepting socialization in order to gain the authority you now have as university professor and renowned political thinker? NC: When I went to Harvard, this university did not look like this. It was well-dressed white males.

But we have to then say, “What if we were living someplace else where we were potentially on the receiving end rather than giving end? Would it look like they couldn’t be used? ” Something that is often forgotten is that, in the 1990s, we gained in our major strategic nuclear arsenal. The heart of our nuclear arsenal is Ohio-class submarines. We have 18 of them. Each of them carries the equivalent of four thousand Hiroshima bombs. After the opening of the Berlin Wall in 1989–90, we acquired 8 of those 18 Ohio-class submarines.

The reason for that is when you are working within one field, none of the large framing questions are usually disputed or in question, whereas when you keep passing back and forth across different fields, you have to keep tripping over the threshold of the assumptions in any one field. You are more likely to see perils in them or weaknesses in them as well as strengths, and see some of the large framing questions. But your question had another part, which is social engagement. Nothing about being an English professor exempts me from the obligation to attend to what is going on in the country.

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