Sep 082014
 
 September 8, 2014  Youth & Schools

Dominic Lynch writes:

A back-to-school interactive project at Loyola University Chicago asking students to weigh in on what they are most worried about today found students are far more concerned with liberal issues such as climate change and misogyny than they are with more traditional matters, such as liberty and privacy.

Loyola’s student government had set up a large poster on campus last week, asking students to weigh in their most pressing justice matters.

Read more on The College Fix.

Dominic seems to think the results would be the same across the country. That’s an empirical question, of course, and this was not a rigorously designed survey, but even so….

Then again, if you had a magic wand and could fix one – but only one problem – would it be climate change, misogyny, or the surveillance state that we’ve become?  Maybe the students’ responses are a good reminder that we shouldn’t lose sight of other problems in our quest to restore civil liberties and freedoms.

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