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The Controversy over Political Correctness on College Campuses

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On Sale: July 27, 2011
Pages: 356 | ISBN: 978-0-307-80178-4
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The debate over "P.C." at America's universities is the most important discussion in American education today and has grown into a major national controversy raging on the covers of our top magazines and news shows. This provocative anthology gives voice to the top thinkers of our time, liberal and conservative, as they tackle the question. From the multicultural perspective of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who argues passionately for more diversity, to the erudition of Irving Howe, who stresses the profound value of the literary canon, this exciting collection is required reading for thinking Americans ... and for everyone concerned with the future of higher education and the shaping of young minds.


  • Debating P.C. by Paul Berman
  • January 04, 1995
  • Social Science
  • Delta
  • $19.00
  • 9780385315333

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