We’re told that young people today are just super — why, they’re so darn tolerant, unlike their stupid and backward parents and grandparents. But if we define toleration as involving how we treat the rights of people we dislike — and of course, we should define it that way — how tolerant are they?
About the Guest
April Kelly-Woessner is a Professor of Political Science and the Chair of the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Legal Studies at Elizabethtown College.
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“How Marcuse Made Today’s Students Less Tolerant Than Their Parents,” by April Kelly-Woessner
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