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Throughout the US, the politics of race and gender in our universities are transforming admissions policies, as well as curriculums. This controversial expose attacks the wave of multicultural ideology, in one of the earliest, and most thorough, efforts to examine the rapidly eroding traditions of scholarship and reward for individual achievement. Dinesh D'Souza discovers in this firsthand investigation of today's campuses that the universities with the strongest multicultural agendas are the ones reporting the greatest number of racially charged incidents. D'Souza argues that the programs designed to foster racial harmony instead promote intolerance and have split American universities on moral grounds and destroyed the right to liberal learning.

©1991 Dinesh D'Souza; (P)1991 Dove Audio, Inc.

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  • Morgan
  • Tampa, FL, USA
  • 05-30-05

from first one

Interesting, is a man of color suppose to follow a certain party line? And when does having conservative views and opinions make someone a racist? Anyways, I greatly enjoyed this book, as well as other books he has written.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • William
  • Bedford, TX, USA
  • 09-09-04

Re: Appalling

Given that the reviewer of appalling is a "minoity" and rated this book so low, simply tells me that Mr D'Souza has struck a chord...probably one with more truth than fiction. I'm buying it now.

10 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • Victor
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 10-11-04

ditto the last response

She sold me too!- she does seem a little confused about her three races, it seems to me. She probably suffered a lot! That white/asian/female racism is just rampant;)

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • Kent
  • Fairfield, CA, United States
  • 09-18-09

Important book, but...

D'Souza's book has an important message. However, the audio is awful. I'd recommend picking up a hard copy and reading it. Those who are interested in this subject may want to listen to "God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of Academic Freedom" by William F. Buckley. I found it as important and still relevant after fifty years in print.

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unable to listen due to such poor quality

the audio is worthless unfortunately. it is such terrible quality, it's impossible to listen to.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Angel
  • Oklahoma, OK, United States
  • 01-03-09

Good material.. poor audio.

Found the content very interesting, but the person reading the book to us sounded like a computer.

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STILL RELEVANT TODAY

This book is as relevant today as when it was first written. A must read for anyone, in particular, college students.

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A dreadful recording

It was impossible to concentrate on the author's words. The recording sounds like the performance was done over an old telephone.

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excellent content, awful audio.

Audio is terrible. Difficult to understand.

Content is excellent. Typical D'Souza.

How thick would one's ideological blinders need to be for the reality and common sense of this perspective to not be obvious?

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The recording seemed vintage.

The recording was not very good. It seemed vintage. It was like the speaker was standing away from the microphone.