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The Closing of the Collegiate Mind

Ruth Wisse, who describes herself as "a tenured professor [at Harvard] who does not decline the label 'conservative,' " has this op-ed in the WSJ.  The subtitle is "Opponents of free speech have chalked up many campus victories lately as ideological conformity marches on."

I regard the dearth of persons of sense in the education profession as the single greatest long-term threat to American society. 

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