Higher Education’s Hysteria May Have Elected Donald Trump, said George Will

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George Will, over a week after the Election Day results were finalized and Donald Trump was declared the winner, noted how the higher education mess and mass hysteria may have been a contributing factor to Trump’s victory:

Academia should consider how it contributed to, and reflects Americans’ judgments pertinent to, Donald Trump’s election. The compound of childishness and condescension radiating from campuses is a reminder to normal Americans of the decay of protected classes — in this case, tenured faculty and cosseted students.