Illiberal Education: The Politics of Race and Sex on Campus

Is “political correctness” chilling freedom of thought and speech on American campuses today?

Is multicultural activism splitting the university on moral grounds, creating not a truly diverse community but balkanized tribal enclaves?

Based on extensive research at six major universities, Illiberal Education is a hugely controversial, powerful polemic that examines the most important and divisive questions confronting American education today.

Dinesh D’Souza argues that by charging universities with being “structurally” racist, sexist, and class-biased, a coalition of student activists, junior faculty, and compliant administrators have imposed their own political ideals on admissions, hiring, curriculum, and even personal conduct, while eschewing the goals of liberal education.