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Why stop at middle east studies?

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Submitted by Brian Anderson (United States), Sep 19, 2003 at 01:32

With the success of campus-watch.org and the review of university presentations of middle east studies, let's expand the review to other courses that are taught at the university level. Political science, economics and other social sciences are taught with such one sided view points or corrupted by the over-application of political correctness, that if you don't agree with the professor's view, you are ostrasized, belittled or your grade is reduced.

We are going through this now in Colorado with a desire to fill faculty positions with alternative views - conservatism. But, no, we can't have a diversity of viewpoints in college - that goes against their perception of the world, and if you don't agree with them, you're wrong.
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