Emory Faculty Seek More Contrition From Their President After Controversial Column

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James W. Wagner, president of Emory U., has apologized for an analogy in a column he wrote for "Emory Magazine" that held up a compromise over how to count slaves as an example of good government.
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Outrage continued to roil Emory University on Tuesday as faculty members and others sought a more-contrite response from their president, who is under fire for an alumni-magazine column in which he held up the "Three-Fifths Compromise" of the U.S...

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