We devote a fair amount of attention to reporting on depressing developments at college campuses, especially those with which we have connections and/or personal familiarity. Examples include the Stanford law faculty trying to discourage students from interviewing with military recruiters; the administration at William & Mary removing a cross from a college chapel; and the various power plays of the Dartmouth administration and trustees designed in part to allow the college to continue unchecked its leftward drift.
It’s a real pleasure, then, to report that George Mason Law School, under the leadership of its dean, Dan Polsby, will require first-year law students to take a course titled The Founders


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