Academia at the Crossroads
AbstractA plenary session—no, several plenary sessions—on the holy trinity of "class, race, and gender" at a national criminology conference! Maybe it's true that, as Alan Bloom, Dinesh D'Souza, Roger Kimball, and the countless critics of "political correctness" have been telling us, the 1960s radicals have become the tenured ruling class of academia in the 1990s.
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