By John K. Wilson
The word "political correctness" is on everyone’s lips, on radio and tv, and in newspapers and magazines. The phenomenon itself, even though, has been deceptively defined. Wilson steps into the nation’s favourite cultural fray to bare that some of the most generally publicized anecdotes approximately workstation are in truth extra fable than fact. in accordance with his personal event as a pupil and in-depth examine, he exhibits what’s relatively occurring underneath the hysteria and alarmism approximately political correctness and unearths that the main nerve-racking examples of inspiration policing on campus have come from the precise. clone of the school campus as a gulag of left-wing totalitarianism is fake, argues Wilson, created principally throughout the exaggeration of misleading tales through conservatives who hypocritically search to silence their political opponents.
Many of today’s such a lot debatable subject matters are the following: multiculturalism, opposite discrimination, speech codes, date rape, and sexual harassment. So are the well-recognized protagonists within the debate: Dinesh D’Souza, William Bennett, and Lynne Cheney, between others. In full of life style and in meticulous aspect, Wilson compares truth to fiction and lays one delusion after one other to leisure, revealing the double general that permits "conservative correctness" on collage campuses to move unchallenged.