God and Man At Yale William F. Buckley Jr.

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God and Man At Yale  by  William F. Buckley Jr.

God and Man At Yale by William F. Buckley Jr.
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Buckley wrote the book based on his undergraduate experiences at Yale University. In the book, he criticizes Yale and its faculty for forcing liberal ideology on its students. He criticizes individual professors by name, arguing that they tried toMoreBuckley wrote the book based on his undergraduate experiences at Yale University. In the book, he criticizes Yale and its faculty for forcing liberal ideology on its students. He criticizes individual professors by name, arguing that they tried to break down students religious beliefs through their teaching.

Buckley also states in the book that Yale was denying its students any sense of individualism by making them embrace the ideas of liberalism. Buckley argues that the Yale charter leaves oversight of the university to the alumni, and argues that because most alumni of Yale believed in God, that Yale was failing to serve its masters by teaching course content in a matter inconsistent with alumni beliefs.



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