Freefall of the American University: How Our Colleges Are Corrupting the Minds and Morals of the Next Generation

Freefall of the American University: How Our Colleges Are Corrupting the Minds and Morals of the Next Generation

by Jim Nelson Black
     
 

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It's happening in colleges all across the country. Instead of being educational institutions designed to encourage the free discussion of ideas, universities have become prisons of propaganda, indoctrinating students with politically correct (and often morally repugnant) ideas about American life and culture. This book exposes the liberal bias in today's universities,…  See more details below

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It's happening in colleges all across the country. Instead of being educational institutions designed to encourage the free discussion of ideas, universities have become prisons of propaganda, indoctrinating students with politically correct (and often morally repugnant) ideas about American life and culture. This book exposes the liberal bias in today's universities, providing hard evidence, in clear and unimpeachable terms, that shows how today's colleges are covertly and overtly proselytizing with leftist slants on sexuality, politics, and lifestyles. By naming names and providing specific and credible insights from faculty members, administrators, professional observers, and analysts who have witnessed and chronicled the intellectual and ethical collapse taking place within the academy, this book offers a broad overview of the issues, the history of the problems, analysis from a broad range of academics and professionals, and also observations of the university students themselves, in their own words, from schools all across the nation.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781595555540
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
12/04/2012
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Nelson Black, Ph.D., is senior analyst with Sentinel Research Associates and is former executive director of the Wilberforce Forum in Washington, D.C. He has written or collaborated on many bestsellers and has appeared on more than 400 radio and television broadcasts.

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