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Academic Freedom? The Peter Ridd Case is Part of a Much Larger Problem with Australian Universities

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What academic freedom is left in Australia, if Professor Patrick Parkinson, Dean of Law at the University of Queensland had a paper rejected, because students and peer reviewers were concerned, not about whether the paper was well structured and presented, but about whether the paper might offend people?

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