Fascist Snowflakes


Mona Charon has a piece over at Real Clear Politics about the current student unrest. The title is Snowflakes or Fascists?

Students are natural radicals. The job of academics in a free society that hopes to remain so is to instill respect for freedom of thought and expression. Our problem is that many of the students who were burning professors’ research notes in the 1960s are now on the faculty.

The article is insightful, but Ms. Charon should consider embracing the power of and. Read the whole thing

UPDATE—Smitty provides some editorial assistance for the student protesters over at The Other McCain. (H/T, Mind-Numbed Robot)

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