There’s a code of correctness at colleges

May 11, 2007

by John Sweeney

The News Journal

Alan Charles Kors believes the adage that power corrupts.

He holds that if the political right ran the universities, students and faculty would have to take loyalty oaths and be forced to pay homage to Western Civilization's heroes.

But the right isn't in charge, he says. The left is. And today's colleges and universities freely crush dissent and squash any scholar or student who doesn't go along with the left's program of anti-Western crusades. Censorship abounds, he says. And the campus censors are slowly killing freedom...