Ideologies “deeply opposed” to the West are taking over colleges and society, argued two scholars at a recent event hosted by the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism.
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An Ivy League-educated scholar called for an end to capitalism as the only means to create a moral world during her recent guest lectures at the Presbyterian-affiliated Maryville College last week.
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