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Uncivil Wars: The Controversy over Reparations for Slavery

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2002

    Censorship on campus

    Horowitz uses this book to document the efforts used to PREVENT THE DISCUSSION of his ideas on major college campuses. The shocking and shameful fact is that those efforts were condoned or aided by faculty and administration. School by school Horowitz documents the hysterical response to the very idea that he should speak on campus. Under the current regime, Black students are considered unable to defend their ideas in honest debate. Blacks must be protected from heretical ideas by the prohibition the dissemination of forbidden ideas. This is censorship, pure and simple, only now the unacceptable material is labeled 'hate speech' Horowitz is not a racist. He is someone who does not want to see the country devolve into a collection of warring tribes. The history of Ugana/Rwanda and of Francophone Canada are examples of what he seeks to avoid. Parents of college age students should read this book and should check out the history, anthropology and sociology departments to see what passes for scholarship.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2002

    The TRUTH shall set you free

    This book is a MUST read. Anyone reading this that has not already done so MUST also read the Horowitz autobiography 'Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey'. One of the most important and informative books I have ever read and one I give as gifts to people that I think are open minded enough to learn from it. OK, so I haven't been able to give all that many away but I endeavor to persevere. This book is loaded with the TRUTH. The TRUTH is plainly anathema to the vast majority of the Left as they only embrace the truth when it doesn't deviate from their intolerant ideology or how they WANT the world to be! Having lived and worked a significant portion of my life in and around San Francisco I am well schooled in the ways and smear tactics of the Left. I can all but guarantee that any negative review of this tome of truth will hail from a concerted Left wing tactic to sway and smear. Don't buy the smear. BUY the book.

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