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Suit Versus Moon University [Bridgeport, CT]

Vol. 11, No. 6, 1994

Cult Observe

 

Unification Church

Professors World Peace Academy, University of Bridgeport

 

Opponents of the University of Bridgeport’s affiliation with the Unification Church-sponsored Professors World Peace Academy-which has promised a $50 million loan to the financially troubled institution-filed suit in May contending that the agreement between the University and the Academy violates the private university’s charter and state laws governing nonprofit institutions. "As a result, a cult now controls a university in the largest city in Connecticut," said Michael A. Stratton, a lawyer representing the plaintiffs. "It is not only illegal and against public policy, it is just plain wrong." The chairman of the university’s trustees responded that the complaint "represents nothing more than a rehash of matters that have already been considered at length by the Board of Governors of Higher Education," which approved the institution’s accreditation in February.

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