The Soul of the University

Law and Liberty
January 21, 2021

Universities are locked in a struggle between preserving their historical role as educational institutions committed to truth-seeking and a new mandate that subordinates truth to the values of social diversity. The University of Chicago and Northwestern provide case studies from both sides for Law and Liberty’s John O. McGinnis to report on what is at stake.

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