Diversity of Opinion at the University of Missouri

22 April 2009 at 2:06 pm 1 comment

| Peter Klein |

Who says the modern US university doesn’t reflect the full diversity of American social, cultural, and political opinion? Sure, most of the faculty at my university are Birkenstock-wearing, tree-hugging, Prius-driving, union-loving, New-York-Review-of-Books reading ACLU supporters, but they also like to hear from the other side:

Chairperson of U.S. Communist Party to Speak on Campus

Sam Webb, the Chair of the Communist Party, USA, will be speaking on Tuesday April 28th at 7:00pm in Ellis Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Sam Webb’s speech will address the current role of/possibilities for the Communist Party, USA and other progressives in the current political climate, confronted as our country is with the economic crisis, environmental crises and two wars. Webb writes extensively on politics, economics, international affairs, and Marxism, and is the author of a number of theoretical pamphlets, including “Reflections on Socialism,” and “The Nature, Role and Work of the Communist Party,” both of which were published in English and Spanish.

Announcement sponsored by ORG — Organization Resource Group

Thanks to Per for noticing.

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  • 1. Warren Miller  |  23 April 2009 at 12:28 am

    “and other progressives”? With apologies to the purists in our midst, that’s a show-stopper. Then again, I guess even Commies aren’t keen on being labeled ‘liberal’ these days. . . .

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