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University of California Professors Should Reconsider Napolitano's Free Speech Center

Napolitano named herself Chairwoman of the National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, located at the University of California's Washington DC Center. Two UC administrators will act as her co-chairs and eight nationally-known trustees, including Barbara Boxer, act as the board. All but one trustee – a UCLA law student seeking "a process to navigate the [free speech] gray area that we are in right now" – are from outside UC.


 The Center appears to have sprung full-blown from Napolitano's immediate staff with no review by the faculty-run UC Academic Senate or agenda action by the UC Board of Regents. A UCLA dean declared "I'm as surprised as you are!"

A nonacademic, Napolitano is a master of amassing bureaucratic power. Last year she engineered a change in the University of California Board governance and bylaws so that most questionable decisions raised there are to be decided by the University President (Napolitano). And she is politically deft, having likely ensured UC's continuous involvement in managing Los Alamos National Laboratory by partnering with Texas A&M University, the alma mater of the U.S. Secretary of Energy, who will make the final decision.

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