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Indoctrination Curriculum at the University of Missouri · 09 March 2007
Fourteenth in a series of studies of indoctrination at American universities.
The University of Pittsburgh · 26 January 2007
The University of Pittsburgh, which is the third major public university in Pennsylvania, has no academic freedom policy for students or even for its faculty. What follows is an analysis of select courses offered by the University of Pittsburgh which systematically violate long established academic freedom guidelines for American universities.
Breaking the Law at Penn State · 22 January 2007
How Women's Studies and other departments at Penn State systematically violate the university's academic freedom regulations. Ninth in a series.
Abusive Academics: The University of Arizona · 21 January 2007
The eighth in a series of studies of indoctrination in the curricula of American universities.
Miami U's Short-Course in Radical Politics · 17 November 2006
"Academic" programs at Miami U. aim to indoctrinate students in the ideology of the Left.
Indoctrination U: Williamette · 15 October 2006
By David Horowitz--Frontpagemag.com--09/21/06
Williamette University is a private liberal arts school in Salem Oregon. Its Faculty Handbook makes very clear the right of Willamette students not to be subjected to political propagandizing or to be indoctrinated by their professors.
Indoctrination U: Arizona State · 12 October 2006
By Jacob Laksin--FrontPageMagazine.com--10/12/06
As previously documented by FrontPageMag.com, Arizo na Sate University counts among its constituent faculties the School of Justice and Social Inquiry, a department nominally devoted to an academic inquiry into justice but in practice a training program in the sectarian orthodoxies of the political Left. In fact this department's non-academic agendas reflect a more pervasive problem of indoctrination at Arizona State. Further inquiry reveals, similarly non-academic and politically slanted approaches to the curriculum informs entire departments and many courses at Arizona State.
Indoctrination U: The School of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State · 20 September 2006
The School of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University is not a department whose course of study is devoted to legal concepts of justice or discussions of the same. Quite the contrary. The departmental self-description makes it clear that the agenda is specifically designed to introduce students to the concepts of "economic justice" and "social justice" which are ideological terms associated with the political left.
Indoctrination U: University of Texas · 17 September 2006
By David Horowitz--FrontPageMagazine.com--09/18/06
Indoctrination U: Colorado · 15 September 2006
By David Horowitz--FrontPageMagazine.com--09/15/06
Three years ago, I began a national campaign for academic freedom designed to promote the restoration of academic standards, including intellectual diversity, in institutions of higher learning. I did so having visited more than three hundred campuses in the previous fifteen years and having interviewed several thousand students during these visits. In the course of these visits, I came to be familiar with the massive corruption of the academic enterprise that had occurred since I was an undergraduate in the 1950s, which had transformed large segments of the liberal arts schools into political parties of the academic left. This corruption was the result of a determined campaign by Gramscian radicals to use the universities as a platform for their "transformative" agendas of radical social change. In pursuit of their goals, they had created entire academic departments and fields, while subverting others in order to institute programs of study that were ideological rather than scholarly in content and design. To further these goals, they had instituted a system of intolerance ("political correctness") to de-legitimize alternative intellectual paradigms and ideas, and had put in place the largest and most effective blacklist in the history of the country, whose purpose was to rid faculties of independent-minded professors, who might interfere with their designs.
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