HeadLocke No. 54: Class on conservative thought fails ‘diversity’ test

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HeadLocke No. 54: Class on conservative thought fails ‘diversity’ test

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When Portland State University political scientist Bruce Gilley tried to secure permanent status for the class he designed on conservative political thought, campus administrators said no. They said the course failed a diversity test. Now the case is attracting national attention. Gilley joins Mitch Kokai to discuss the university’s response to his work.

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