"I can't have you participate in class anymore," the professor of soical welfare and policy said.
Thus begins Devorah Goldman's Weekly Standard account of the terrifyingly small-minded world of the Hunter College School of Social Work, where Marxist zombies walk to and fro, seeking to devour whatsoever human brains dare exhibit independence of thought.
Apparently, group "diversity" reigns, along with group "thought."
But is there a silver lining? If you want to become a zero, meld with the borg, enjoy becoming cannon fodder for the revolution, and learn how to "tolerate everything but disagreement," then education camps like Hunter College could be just the cage for you.
Then again, can we really trust Goldman's account? Her mind seems suspiciously independent. The machine is watching.