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‘If Harvard’s President Can’t Be Provocative, Who Can?’

FIRE’s Greg Lukianoff is quoted in the current issue of USA Today responding to the deeply troubling idea that Lawrence Summers’ ouster is some sort of victory for “diversity.” Here’s Greg’s take:

Summers’ ouster is a victory for intellectual intolerance, not diversity. Are some arguments now forbidden on campus? And if Harvard’s president can’t be provocative, who can?

Read the whole thing in USA Today.

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