We've been reporting on the horrific results
of decades of progressive higher education, and while it's one thing to connect the dots and understand that radicals in academia are influencing college students, it's quite another to see how the sausage is made. The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has released a study that concludes that college common reading lists are designed to make activists, and it's quite fascinating to see the curtain pulled back.
The NAS study
demonstrates that the nation's common readings list is "designed to indoctrinate students with progressive propaganda." The assigned books all share common traits
: they are non-academic, adhere to a single political agenda (progressive), are parochial, homogenous, and mediocre.