Putting the Bite On the Dartmouth Review

June 1982
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p744
The article presents information on the independent conservative undergraduate weekly newspaper "The Dartmouth Review" founded by students at Dartmouth College. The newspaper "The Village Voice" refers to "The Dartmouth Review" as an instrument promoting a conservative cultural takeover of the nation. There has been institutionalization of the Sixties special-interest groups on many campuses. "The Dartmouth Review" has been exaggerating the issues related to race and sex. It seems to be offensive and irreverent as far as the question of secular religion of liberalism is concerned.


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