On Sunday, March 21, 2004, at 05:11 PM, Ronald Getty wrote (in part):
So just how do you go about creating or imposing or enacting by fiat ideological diversity on college campuses? Beats the heck out of me.
For government colleges, one solution would be to cut the funding of any institution where there are persistent complaints about ideological bias until it shows that it has implemented an ideological diversity plan and is making progress.
There is a contrary situation where a South Bay High Tech VP is running for the Board of Governors of Dartmouth. He thinks the college is spending to much time and effort and resources on diversity courses. They should be instead concentrating on the core basics. He wants to stop the diversity programs.
That's another approach. I wish him luck.
Yours in liberty,
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