FAST FIVE: 4 Reasons Why Socialism Is Becoming More Popular
Only 29% of seniors at US News and World Report's top 50 colleges in America – the precise demographic that purports to speak with authority about America's alleged history of white supremacy – have any idea what Reconstruction was all about.
They would, instead, be forced to price themselves at some level that applicants could realistically pay, making college more affordable for a large segment of the American middle class.
Factor #3: Universities' Ideological Monoculture The supporters of socialism are not simply the young, but rather, disproportionately those among the young who are college-educated.
Universities have always skewed a bit left.
But beginning in the early to mid 1990s (for reasons I've explained in some detail elsewhere ), ideological diversity began to vanish entirely, as the leftward deviation turned tidal.