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People ask me when I got my first inkling that something was seriously wrong with the culture of our campuses of higher education. It was in the mid-1980s, and it had nothing to do—yet—with the post-modern corruption of the liberal arts, which was then beyond my professional interests and experiences. It had to do with free speech and due process... Download file "5"