Products of the old education would have cheeks that burn red when the country was disrespected. Today’s students only blush at their own "privilege."
The best arguments against deregulating obscenity were made at the most crucial time of policy change; but few ears heard them.
Communities may restrain liberty. These social features of human nature are as much a part of our mental furniture as the love of liberty—perhaps more so.
Scott Yenor offers a first-hand account of Boise State's transformation from a bastion of the liberal arts to a social justice university.
Scott Yenor is a professor of political science at Boise State University. He is the author of Family Politics: The Idea of Marriage in Modern Political Thought (Baylor, 2011) and Hume’s Humanity: The Philosophy of Common Life and Its Limits (Palgrave, 2016), and the editor of Reconstruction: Core Documents (Ashbrook, 2018).