“QUIT. Go teach somewhere else, you racist… (Maybe Charlottesville?)”

After publishing an op-ed in the New York Times calling for greater viewpoint diversity on college campuses, Sam Abrams found a sign saying just that on his office door at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY.

Abrams joins the podcast to discuss Glenn Loury’s 1994 lecture “Self-censorship in public discourse” and recent attempts by students and even faculty members to censor and ostracize academics who present unorthodox arguments – or even ask unorthodox questions.

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