The ULA has sent announcements of our Protest to three of Columbia University's most dangerous "radical" professors: Todd Gitlin; Victor Navasky; and Eric Foner.
At least, they're portrayed as dangerous radicals in a new book by neo-conservative establishment flunky David Horowitz, who was radical in the 60's before jumping suddenly and curiously to the opposite side. The question is whether Horowitz is trying to bolster the three's dissident credentials by attacking them, or if Gitlin, Navasky, and Foner are for real. (That the three work for one of the most prestigious institutions in America isn't a good sign.)
Do the three believe their ideals? Will they honor their stated beliefs on April 17th and join our democratic Protest, our voices from the street, against embedded privilege, hierarchy, and aristocracy?