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Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz said that, even as a liberal, he is subjected to backlash for speaking publicly about topics he is an expert in.

Dershowitz said that, even as a person who endorsed Hillary Clinton, Antifa groups and Students for Justice in Palestine regularly object to his speeches "because they hate liberals as much as they hate conservatives."

"These are radicals who think they know the truth," he said.

Dershowitz said the pro-Palestinian groups dislike him because he talks about a two-state solution in the Middle East.

He said that he is different from Milo Yiannopoulos because he is not explicitly trying to discuss controversial topics.

"These [protesting] students don't want other students to hear my view," Dershowitz said. "They're afraid I might actually persuade them."

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