Indoctrination U.: The Left's War Against Academic Freedom

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Encounter Books, 2007 - Education - 159 pages
In 2003, David Horowitz began a campaign to promote intellectual diversity and a return to academic standards in American universities. To achieve these goals, he devised an Academic Bill of Rights and created a national student movement with chapters on 160 college campuses. Take No Prisoners is a riveting account of the reaction to Horowitz's campaign by professor unions and academic associations, whose leaderships have been taken over by the political left.

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DH argues with opinion and amassed evidence,that the ideologues of the left have infiltrated higher education and corrupted freedom of thought in the very institutions which once were considered ... Read full review

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User Review  - russelllindsey - LibraryThing

An incredibly interesting book. I came across professors like this as an undergraduate at Michigan State University; fortunately for me, I knew how to handle them and they were few and far between. David Horowitz is extremely readable. I really enjoy reading his work online too. Read full review


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Two A Revealing Debate
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David Horowitz is currently president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and founding editor of the online news magazine

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