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Posted December 12, 2004
lively and thought-provoking
It is refreshing to hear a liberal talk about the problems of how the media and academia are subverting freedom of thought and freedom of speech. Maybe more people who have been hoodwinked into thinking that they are supposed to agree with the media and with teachers because they are 'liberals' will learn that, though they may be liberals, the media and the teachers are not. Tammy Bruce calls them 'the Left' and clearly distinguishes them from liberals. I wish conservatives would learn to do the same instead of lumping everyone who disagrees with them into the category of 'left-liberal' or just plain 'liberal.' There are books with more detail, like Who Stole Feminism? and The Shadow University, which everyone should read next; and for a comprehensive picture of what's going on and how it got that way, read the novel (by a liberal) The Rape of Alma Mater. But this book is a good place to start.
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Posted May 24, 2002