Posted on 2/13/2018, 9:02:01 AM by RoosterRedux
“I’m not worried about a few dozen people with swastikas who want to replace the Jews, because they’re our past,” Dershowitz explained. “They have no resonance on university campuses today.
“But the hard, hard left? Anti-Semitism, anti-Christianity, intolerance for speech. It’s the future. These are our leaders,” he lamented. “When I used to teach 150 students in my first year of criminal law, I’d look around and I’d say, ‘Future president. Future chief justice. Future editorial director of the New York Times. Future managing partner of Goldman Sachs. They’re our future. And that’s why we have to worry much more about what’s going on on university campuses than in Charlottesville.”
How does Dershowitz explain the apparent lack of opposition to the hard left on American campuses?
“In 50 years of teaching at Harvard, Stanford, NYU, Hebrew University, you name it, I have never met a group of less courageous people in my whole life than tenured Harvard and tenured other professors,” he said. “They are so terrified of their own shadow. They don’t want to do anything that upsets a student.”
Rather, professors are concerned that students may give them negative class evaluations, and the poor reports will damage their social standing.
“They want their student evaluations to be very, very high. They want to be admitted to all the academic societies and clubs,” Dershowitz explained.
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