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No Campus for White Men shines a bright light on the growing obsession with diversity, victimization and identity politics on today's college campuses, and shows how it is creating an intensely hostile and fearful atmosphere that can only lead, ultimately, to ever greater polarization in American society. Across the country, ugly campus protests over speakers with dissent No Campus for White Men shines a bright light on the growing obsession with diversity, victimization and identity politics on today's college campuses, and shows how it is creating an intensely hostile and fearful atmosphere that can only lead, ultimately, to ever greater polarization in American society. Across the country, ugly campus protests over speakers with dissenting viewpoints, as well as a preoccupation with "micro-aggressions," "trigger warnings," "safe spaces" and brand-new "gender identities," make it obvious that something has gone terribly wrong with higher education. For years, colleges have pursued policies favoring students based not on their merit, but on their race, gender, and sexual orientation. The disturbingly negative effects of this culture are now impossible to deny. Scott Greer’s investigative work links such seemingly unrelated trends as "rape culture" hysteria and Black Lives Matter to an overall campus mindset intent on elevating and celebrating leftist-designated "protected classes" above everyone else – while intimidating, censoring, and punishing those who disagree with this perversely un-American agenda. In No Campus for White Men, Greer broadens the usual media focus well beyond coverage of demonstrations by easily offended college students, to spotlight the darker forces at work behind the scenes that are feeding higher education’s metastasizing crisis – and how all this results in sustained animosity, first and foremost, toward white men. Greer also documents how this starkly totalitarian culture is not isolated to higher education, but is rather a result of trends already operating in society. Thus, he shows, today's campus madness may eventually dominate much more of America if it is not addressed and reversed soon.


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No Campus for White Men shines a bright light on the growing obsession with diversity, victimization and identity politics on today's college campuses, and shows how it is creating an intensely hostile and fearful atmosphere that can only lead, ultimately, to ever greater polarization in American society. Across the country, ugly campus protests over speakers with dissent No Campus for White Men shines a bright light on the growing obsession with diversity, victimization and identity politics on today's college campuses, and shows how it is creating an intensely hostile and fearful atmosphere that can only lead, ultimately, to ever greater polarization in American society. Across the country, ugly campus protests over speakers with dissenting viewpoints, as well as a preoccupation with "micro-aggressions," "trigger warnings," "safe spaces" and brand-new "gender identities," make it obvious that something has gone terribly wrong with higher education. For years, colleges have pursued policies favoring students based not on their merit, but on their race, gender, and sexual orientation. The disturbingly negative effects of this culture are now impossible to deny. Scott Greer’s investigative work links such seemingly unrelated trends as "rape culture" hysteria and Black Lives Matter to an overall campus mindset intent on elevating and celebrating leftist-designated "protected classes" above everyone else – while intimidating, censoring, and punishing those who disagree with this perversely un-American agenda. In No Campus for White Men, Greer broadens the usual media focus well beyond coverage of demonstrations by easily offended college students, to spotlight the darker forces at work behind the scenes that are feeding higher education’s metastasizing crisis – and how all this results in sustained animosity, first and foremost, toward white men. Greer also documents how this starkly totalitarian culture is not isolated to higher education, but is rather a result of trends already operating in society. Thus, he shows, today's campus madness may eventually dominate much more of America if it is not addressed and reversed soon.

30 review for No Campus for White Men: The Transformation of Higher Education into Hateful Indoctrination

  1. 5 out of 5

    Seregon

    White men need to stop complaining that they "got left behind". No you didn't. You rested on your self given laurels and false senses of entitlement. Really? "unrelated trends as "rape culture" hysteria"? THIS is why the world hates white men. Not because you're white, or because you're a man. But because you're a douche bag that doesn't have to deal with the "rape culture hysteria". How nice it must be to not have to watch what you wear (mr I-can-be-shirtless) or watch how much you drink - if y White men need to stop complaining that they "got left behind". No you didn't. You rested on your self given laurels and false senses of entitlement. Really? "unrelated trends as "rape culture" hysteria"? THIS is why the world hates white men. Not because you're white, or because you're a man. But because you're a douche bag that doesn't have to deal with the "rape culture hysteria". How nice it must be to not have to watch what you wear (mr I-can-be-shirtless) or watch how much you drink - if you pass out YOU won't be blamed for what happens to you. The reason you hate the "rape culture hysteria" is because society finally is making you live up to the consequences of YOUR own actions. Poor mr. manly. You can't do whatever you want to women any more and get away with it. Boo fucking hoo... Shut the fuck up and die, Scott. And no, for the record, I don't hate men. I hate stupid boys with inferiority complexes. And no, I'm not on my period right now thank you very much.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reese Copeland

    Details the reverse discrimination towards White guys on campus and how we're all regarded as priveledged. Demonstrates how Liberals indoctrinate campuses to believe that everything is the fault of White men and therefore, it's ok to hate us. While Lib's won't admit it, that attitude is called prejudice and any actions to bring a disadvantage to people of a particular skin color (White) is racism, or against a specific gender is called sexism. Details the reverse discrimination towards White guys on campus and how we're all regarded as priveledged. Demonstrates how Liberals indoctrinate campuses to believe that everything is the fault of White men and therefore, it's ok to hate us. While Lib's won't admit it, that attitude is called prejudice and any actions to bring a disadvantage to people of a particular skin color (White) is racism, or against a specific gender is called sexism.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    No Campus for White Men reads like a battle cry for white people especially those who uphold conservative values who are tired of political correctness, identity politics, and victimhood. However, ironically, just like Milo Yiannopoulos' book (Milo also writes the Forward to this one), Scott Greer is guilty of the same victimhood for white people, which he criticizes for minorities. Greer also gets it wrong on affirmative action. He thinks affirmative action benefits undeserving people of color No Campus for White Men reads like a battle cry for white people especially those who uphold conservative values who are tired of political correctness, identity politics, and victimhood. However, ironically, just like Milo Yiannopoulos' book (Milo also writes the Forward to this one), Scott Greer is guilty of the same victimhood for white people, which he criticizes for minorities. Greer also gets it wrong on affirmative action. He thinks affirmative action benefits undeserving people of color when it actually levels the playing field for deserving candidates. No Ivy League school is going to take on any student of any color with low grades unless you have rich parents with connections. Just because someone benefits from affirmative action does not mean they are there at the expense of a better white candidate. Greer implies that people of color are inferior in intelligence (seriously) and need to accept this inferiority by applying to schools where they can benefit from a less strenuous curriculum. This idea alone is racist and fosters white supremacy rather than seeking a more nuanced position where many white people benefit from better neighborhoods with greater resources than their non-white counterparts. Greer likewise either forgets or doesn't know that white people were the first beneficiaries of affirmative action. Most of the New Deal programs benefitted white people and brought many of them into the Middle Class while people of color were left out. It was only during Lyndon Johnson's presidency and thereafter that there was an attempt to rectify this through the affirmative action we know today. There is still more work to be done. A recent New York Times article shows Greer's argument to be nothing more than white paranoia: "Affirmative Action Yields Little Progress on Campus for Blacks and Hispanics: After 35 Years, Racial Gaps Widen at Top U.S. Colleges, an Analysis Shows" (August 25, 2017). The article title says it all. Greer also makes an argument that diversity is not good, citing a Harvard study by Robert Putnam. The study found that in diverse neighborhoods, people are less trusting, less altruistic, and have fewer friends. This goes for people who are most like each other. In these neighborhoods, white people will not trust other whites, black people with other blacks, and so on. Nevermind that a simple Google search reveals that Putnam believes his study has been twisted. Greer is arguing by implication for segregated neighborhoods and schools. I'm guessing he hasn't been around people different from him much or that he has nostalgia for an America from say, the 1950's. There are few redeeming qualities for No Campus for White Men. For example, Greer's chapter on hoaxes is disturbing, although showing multiple examples doesn't prove an epidemic on our college campuses. The chapter on rape culture was interesting insofar as the statistical figure of 1 in 5 female college students will be raped in college to be largely a myth. If that was the case, more men would be arrested for rape across the country. That is a high figure for a country like the United States as opposed to say a third-world country. Colleges are safe for women, even more so than outside it. To be clear, rape is wrong and evil no matter if it's one case or many cases. However mostly this book is pure drivel, disturbing in many places, and just wrong on affirmative action and other topics. The fact that Tucker Carlson recommends this book says a great deal.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Whitney Moore

    Lately I have felt a lot like Alice in Wonderland, as if I have wandered into some fantastical, surrealistic place where UP is down and DOWN is up. Reading this book helped me see some things I had not noticed before. For example, that the capital letter "I" in Identity Politics has translated into “I/Me-/Mine” instead of “we” or “us” together. This clarified for me how the I-I-I of Identity Politics has morphed over the years -- from initial efforts to achieve diversity into rules for protectin Lately I have felt a lot like Alice in Wonderland, as if I have wandered into some fantastical, surrealistic place where UP is down and DOWN is up. Reading this book helped me see some things I had not noticed before. For example, that the capital letter "I" in Identity Politics has translated into “I/Me-/Mine” instead of “we” or “us” together. This clarified for me how the I-I-I of Identity Politics has morphed over the years -- from initial efforts to achieve diversity into rules for protecting the diversifiers. Gradually, color-blind meritocracy became a passe idea as diversity hip-checked all other goals (like encountering, considering, and debating divergent opinions). Soon the diversifiers wanted courses to be more representational of themselves, so colleges revised their curricula accordingly. Teaching English Literature, for example, was found to skew “too white” due to the reality that most of the people who wrote it were white men. In an online petition, students claimed that it is actively harmful to spend a year “around a seminar table where the literary contributions of women, people of color, and queer folk are absent.” This book was like a walk through Wonderland for me -- a walk down myriad stepping stones that led to perceiving the dominant voice as oppressive, as the voice of old America, where the worst trait one could have was “privilege” and where all patriarchy, toxic masculinity, repression of women, and sinister lacks of diversity have now been banished forever. I found it an interesting factoid that comedians like Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Maher are no longer playing to college audiences. They say the kids are so politically correct that they don’t laugh at anything anymore. It sounds like Puritans in contemporary times: trigger-happy and eager to dash off on the next witch hunt. People shouting OUR VOICE WILL BE HEARD have overwhelmed the underlying current of such American ideals as "E pluribus unum". Apparently the “I” that stands for “I” and for “Me” and for “Mine” frowns upon unity amidst difference. To say "We're all one race, the human race" is not considered respectful anymore. In fact, it’s considered hateful and even racist because it tries to minimize racial and ethnic experiences. For me, this book exposes Identity Politics as divisive, not unifying, and the goal of diversity as a goal that promotes difference. Difference is division, and so this book generated a simple eureka: division divides.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brian Geyer

    Written by a white man who can't see his privilege from the top of the mountain he's on. The book is nothing but brietbart right wing drivel. Written by a white man who can't see his privilege from the top of the mountain he's on. The book is nothing but brietbart right wing drivel.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    This is one of those books that is worth having for its bibliography. It is best viewed as a collection of sources that can be used to make arguments in greater depth and with greater seriousness. Although the arguments and facts contained within will not surprise anyone who has paid attention to what is happening on college campuses in the last few years, the author does cite numerous examples of campus craziness that you probably haven't heard of before. The various "false-flag" SJW attacks di This is one of those books that is worth having for its bibliography. It is best viewed as a collection of sources that can be used to make arguments in greater depth and with greater seriousness. Although the arguments and facts contained within will not surprise anyone who has paid attention to what is happening on college campuses in the last few years, the author does cite numerous examples of campus craziness that you probably haven't heard of before. The various "false-flag" SJW attacks discussed in Chapter 8 make for interesting reading and will provide many examples that you can use in your next Facebook argument. Until I read this book, I was also not aware of the significant foil that fraternities and sororities apparently are for, let's say, the regressive or toxic left. It's a good quick read, ultimately more valuable for its bibliography than it's content - but we should never underestimate the power of good bibliographies.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Vagabond of Letters, DLitt

    ****3/4 Great, essential reading which loses a quarter-star for a bit of cognitive dissonance in being unwilling to follow the argument to its conclusion or to the radical of the issues discussed. Any other minor quibbles are easily forgiven in such a work which is true modern prophecy - it speaks on behalf of the eternal and immutable Truth to power - the slave morality 'power' of the faux-victims of victim culture, the thought police and SJWs, and the minority-identity political agitators who h ****3/4 Great, essential reading which loses a quarter-star for a bit of cognitive dissonance in being unwilling to follow the argument to its conclusion or to the radical of the issues discussed. Any other minor quibbles are easily forgiven in such a work which is true modern prophecy - it speaks on behalf of the eternal and immutable Truth to power - the slave morality 'power' of the faux-victims of victim culture, the thought police and SJWs, and the minority-identity political agitators who have replaced the old gods with new idols, Baalim and Asherah, in many of the halls of academia.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Denise Spicer

    The author examines the depressing situation on college campus with their focus on radical identity politics where whites are made to feel guilty. In the chapter on rape culture feminism, the author offers some statistics to debunk that myth and also talks about hoaxes. This book is well referenced with end notes and index so the readers can double check his facts for themselves. The summary at the end questions: is college even worth it anymore? Very thought provoking and more than a bit scary.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Frederick Hammill

    The authors are uninformed on the topic upon which they write. Also, the writing style was definitely dry as heck.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Katie Krebs

    No Campus for White Men is a very timely approach to American politics and the new right. Greer discusses the issues with modern American culture on college campuses including identity politics, safe spaces, victim culture, and how universities are a breeding ground for SJW’s. He uses many statistics and studies to provide examples and prove his points. Overall, I’d give this book a 5 out of 5 rating. I really enjoyed reading a political novel and identifying with the issues and opinions at hand No Campus for White Men is a very timely approach to American politics and the new right. Greer discusses the issues with modern American culture on college campuses including identity politics, safe spaces, victim culture, and how universities are a breeding ground for SJW’s. He uses many statistics and studies to provide examples and prove his points. Overall, I’d give this book a 5 out of 5 rating. I really enjoyed reading a political novel and identifying with the issues and opinions at hand. I feel like there is a lack of young republican/libertarian activists and I’m glad that is changing. I really enjoyed the foreword by Milo Yiannopoulos, as well as the chapters on post modern feminism and the war against white people. The promotion of fighting for free speech on college campuses was another influential theme. This book can be a little hard to get through at times due to the large amounts of information, but is well worth it in my opinion. People who want to learn about modern political culture with evidence and facts presented, or those who are sick of the radical leftist SJW movements and mainstream media should definitely read this book. Obviously, if you are a SJW, feminazi, or socialist, you probably will despise this novel. In my opinion, this book is very important and should be read by everyone before liberals try to ban it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Reza Amiri Praramadhan

    Reading this book makes me feeling grateful for not studying higher education in USA. For places that claim to be fostering inclusivity and honoring differences, the colleges in America are invariably leftist in their political leaning. Infested with SJWs enforcing safe spaces, inclusivity courses while browbeating the conservatives and their old college traditions such as greek fraternities, spreading hoaxes such as rape culture, yet playing the victim when proven wrong. High in their ivory tow Reading this book makes me feeling grateful for not studying higher education in USA. For places that claim to be fostering inclusivity and honoring differences, the colleges in America are invariably leftist in their political leaning. Infested with SJWs enforcing safe spaces, inclusivity courses while browbeating the conservatives and their old college traditions such as greek fraternities, spreading hoaxes such as rape culture, yet playing the victim when proven wrong. High in their ivory tower, oblivious to the world outside, there is no doubt in my mind that higher education institutions in America played a part in polarization of America’s politics. No wonder that Democratic politicians such as Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren want to abolish college loans and tuition fees. The colleges ensure the Democrats of unlimited supply of young, radical, leftist voters.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    This does a good job of summarizing the excesses of affirmative action and cultural changes which have made college a "victimhood culture" and openly hostile to many people (even if the changes started from good intentions). Does a reasonable job of citing specific incidents (including famous cases which turned out to be hoaxes), but feels cherry-picked in that these incidents might not be representative of the overall trend. (I believe AA has hurt the admissions policies, particularly low-incom This does a good job of summarizing the excesses of affirmative action and cultural changes which have made college a "victimhood culture" and openly hostile to many people (even if the changes started from good intentions). Does a reasonable job of citing specific incidents (including famous cases which turned out to be hoaxes), but feels cherry-picked in that these incidents might not be representative of the overall trend. (I believe AA has hurt the admissions policies, particularly low-income white and Asian applicants as well as Asians overall, but that outreach, reasonable programs to help students adapt, etc. are definitely positive)

  13. 4 out of 5

    D Andrews

    Well done and very informative about the identity politics that ravage the modern college campus. The squelching of free speech by the liberal/left on campus along with the dilution of real curriculum with subjects with dubious intellectual foundations calls into question the value of present day American higher education. Greer is a very clear and engaging writer who rigorously references his work.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Colleen Lahey

    Well, what a rude awakening. If you want to understand why a majority of college students are acting the way they are, this is the book for you. Makes you wonder if sending your children to college is even worth it. Definitely an eye opener.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aryssa

    A look at the hysteria plaguing college campuses, this book offers insight into what's wrong with the college campuses today and how we can handle them in the future. A look at the hysteria plaguing college campuses, this book offers insight into what's wrong with the college campuses today and how we can handle them in the future.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Duncan Smith

    The writing is workmanlike, but the message is important and Greer does a good job in publicizing what is happening in universities.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

    Some of the author's examples of political correctness run a muck on college campus' would be funny..... if they weren't so sad. Some of the author's examples of political correctness run a muck on college campus' would be funny..... if they weren't so sad.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pantteri4

    A summary of the politization, indoctrination and the rise of tirbalism and totaliarism in universities in USA, as a result of identity politics and increasingly repressive demands for overt political correctness. Unfortunately, as is often the case of contemporary cultural phenomena, this too has been slowly creeping into universities across the western world in general. The rise of Donald Trump and nationalism across Europe has much more to do with the general societal trends outlined here, ra A summary of the politization, indoctrination and the rise of tirbalism and totaliarism in universities in USA, as a result of identity politics and increasingly repressive demands for overt political correctness. Unfortunately, as is often the case of contemporary cultural phenomena, this too has been slowly creeping into universities across the western world in general. The rise of Donald Trump and nationalism across Europe has much more to do with the general societal trends outlined here, rather than any globalization-driven despair of the middle class or diminishing role of christianity in societies.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Colby Denton

    This was a very interesting book about the growing issue of political correctness on college campuses as well as the unfair treatment of conservatives in liberal academia. While diversity is good, too much can be a bad thing and hurt academia overall. Very thought-provoking read with most of the statistics and research surprisingly done by incredibly liberal professors.

  20. 4 out of 5

    R.K. Byers

    shoddy overall, though with a good point or two. still I wonder; did this writer catch on to irony of deciding that in the “victimhood Olympics”, white men deserved the Gold Medal?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Christian Chester

    Everything about this book you need to hear can be summarized in this interview between Greer and Carlson on Fox News. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qDro... Everything about this book you need to hear can be summarized in this interview between Greer and Carlson on Fox News. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qDro...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    *Audiobook review* The narrator of the audiobook was awful and a bit of a distraction. The content was well researched and interesting, although not exactly groundbreaking.

  23. 5 out of 5

    T.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Patrick

  26. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Brown

  27. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  28. 4 out of 5

    Vegan Nahtzee

  29. 4 out of 5

    Seth

  30. 4 out of 5

    David

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