Debating P.C.: The Controversy Over Political Correctness on College Campuses
In the first anthology that surveys the arguments around one of America's hottest political debates, our most influential thinkers tackle the question of "politically correct" thought in the educational system.
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The Debate and Its Origins
DINESH DSOUZA AND ROBERT MACNEIL
Modern Language Association
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An Aristocracy of Everyone: The Politics of Education and the Future of America
Benjamin R. Barber
No preview available - 1994