The Daily Chart: Finding the Rot at Columbia

My pal David Bernstein of Scalia Law School at George Mason University notes the following on Twitter:

One thing that hasn’t received enough attention is that major unviersities see themselves today not as American, but as global, institutions. American institutions are strongly opposed to antisemitism and support Israel’s existence. Globally, institutions ranging from the UN to the NGO establishment at best give lip service to antisemitism, and range from tolerant of to facilitators of antisemitism. If you want to appeal to the “global community,” it’s clear what the path of least resistance is.

There’s also this:

I think I’ve spotted the core of the problem—and where to start to fix it.

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