Wednesday, September 13, 2006

At universities, little learned from 9/11

The left-wing Boston Globe has a surprising essay by

that argues, focusing on the example of Harvard, that the universities and especially various discourses such as feminism and multiculturalism haven't learned much from 9/11. Mansfield ends up in an optimistic way: it is better that the leftists are confused rather than radicalized, and it is also good if they keep their own principles.

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