Reforming Our Universities
David Horowitz argues that America’s colleges and universities are more interested in promoting leftist ideologies than teaching students and allowing a forum for dissenting voices. Mr. Horowitz presents his Academic Bill of Rights that he contends will protect students who do not wish to partake in what he believes is a university system populated by leftist professors. David Horowitz discussed his book at The Union League of Philadelphia. close
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