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The book reads easily, yet it makes some profound points.
Backed by a plenitude of inconvertible sources, this, Dinesh D'Souza's first and one of his most commendable works, still speaks volumes today.
His interviews with faculty and students facilitate the understanding into the prejudiced mind better than the studies of Allport and others.
I received it on time. Well packaged. It's clean, readable and good. ThanksPublished 7 months ago by GERALD I AKATA
D‘souza “dramatizes the transformation in academia through an examination of six episodes at different universities--Berkeley, Stanford, Howard, Michigan, Duke, and Harvard--which... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew Frysword
I read this book shortly after it was published. It was a great book, and D'Souza writes good books just as he makes great movies.Published 7 months ago by Robert V. Rose, retired education researcher
a University education. The author highlights the hypocrisy of University faculties in dealing with the forces that have morphed a liberal education into one with, for all intents... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Harry A. Kiesel
this book brings the liberal agenda into light. I myself go to a very liberal school and I can attest to the preferential treatment the minority receive. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by bulkyboosy
I've read two books about the island of Haiti. One titled 'When Black Rules White' that is only sold these days on racist websites, and another taking a more modern view - that all... Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by King of Controversy
D'Souza discusses racist admissions policies, multiculturalism, racial professorial quotas, racial incidents, racial grading policies, and the racial and genderism across American... Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Bradley P. Hayton
Since Allen Bloom published The Closing of the American Mind in the mid-1980's, several probing studies have extended and underlined his concern for the integrity of higher... Read morePublished on March 9, 2009 by Gerard Reed
Great thesis; decent book.
D'Souza's choice of title is perfect: Illiberal Education. He shows how liberals at universities violate their own ideals, ideals of free... Read more