The Shadow University
The Betryal of Liberty on America's Campuses
Kors, Alan Charles; Silvergate, Harvey
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Date Written: 22/09/1999
Year Published: 1999
Pages: 432pp ISBN: 9780060977726
Universities once believed themselves to be sacred enclaves, where students and professors could debate the issues of the day and arrive at a better understanding of the human condition. Today, sadly, this ideal of the university is being quietly betrayed from within. Universities still set themselves apart from American society, but now they do so by enforcing their own politically correct worldview through censorship, double standards and a judicial system without due process. Faculty and students who threaten the prevailing norms may be forced to undergo "thought reform."In a surreptitious about-face, universities have become the enemy of a free society, and the time has come to hold these institutions to account.
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