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Indoctrination U.: The Left's War Against Academic Freedom

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  • Posted March 24, 2009

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    partison politics in the classroom

    "indoctrination u," is a very indepth book that the writer has done alot of research that shows how some teachers in the classroom are not using the students the way they are suppose to be taught instead they are being given partison politics in the classroom trying to indoctrinate the students with leftest ideas and they dont even take any kind of sides so as to the students are given their own radial ideas. these professors are shown to be documenting and wasting the states school funds. this is a fantastic book for parents who wish to show were their family wants to go to school. this would make a great gift idea for someone special.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2007

    education vs indoctrination

    I was very pleased to read david horowitzs latest bestseller indocrination u. I had become very concerned about certain teachers in the university system like ward churchhill and sami alarian who were getting away with indoctrinating their students with radical ideas and leaving no room for debait. this well researched and documented book shows that these ideas of radicalism are being presented as facts to the students and some of these teachers are using tax payers expenses to pay for radical courses to indoctrinate students in the classrooms instead of educating them.whean I went to college my teachers presented all sides of the argument. this book shows that free speech is being threatened.

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