On Campus / Viewpoint Diversity

The courage to confront campus radicalism

By Noah Rothman ● Commentary ● 02/14/2018

Observers on both sides of the political divide who have spoken out against radicalism on campus are not engaged in projection or dissociation. Quite the opposite, in fact; they are choosing not to look away. It is neither noble nor enlightened to witness thuggish authoritarianism and react with sarcasm for the benefit of the viewing audience on social media.

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