How some U.S. colleges limit freedom of speech

January 23, 2013

College freshmen are lined up and asked to choose sides on a political issue. Those who pick the "wrong" side are sent to re-education classes for a week and monitored thereafter.

A professor is reprimanded for explaining the origin of a politically sensitive term.

Another student's grade is in jeopardy for failing to write the president and promote a far-left cause. Still another is punished for reading a book about the sinister history of the Ku Klux Klan. It seems that someone was "offended" by the picture on the cover...

Schools: University of California