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  • UNC board member Fetzer: "raging internal conflict" needed for change

    Tom Fetzer quotes Margaret Thatcher and says "raging internal conflict is a long held American tradition," and "... "nothing great occurred in this country without raucous, passionate debate..." as UNC Board of Governors focuses on lowering tuition, scrutinizing UNC President Spellings and moving headquarters from Chapel Hill.

UNC board member Fetzer: "raging internal conflict" needed for change

Tom Fetzer quotes Margaret Thatcher and says "raging internal conflict is a long held American tradition," and "... "nothing great occurred in this country without raucous, passionate debate..." as UNC Board of Governors focuses on lowering tuition, scrutinizing UNC President Spellings and moving headquarters from Chapel Hill.
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