"As they say, a mind (and 100k in tuition ) is a terrible thing to waste."
The first section is entitled "Sentimentalism" and is written Elizabeth Scalia, aka The Anchoress. She has a quote at the beginning of the chapter that states, "Sentimentalism is an upbeat overemphasis on the inherent goodness of mankind that judges what is good or evil according to how well it accords with our feelings, or the feelings of people we want to impress."
Overall, it looks like a good book for someone just going to, or returning to college, who wants a guide on how to identify and cope with the liberal dogma that permeates most colleges these days.
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