FAST FIVE: Today's 'Diversity' Oaths Resemble 1950s 'Loyalty' Oaths

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Born in downstate Illinois, the son of Greek immigrants, George's most formative experience was serving in World War II, where he was a navigator on B-17 and B-29 bombers.

Like all applicants, he had to answer a few questions from the Illinois State Bar Association.

It was the only case George ever argued, and he lost it despite a powerful dissent from Justice Hugo Black.

Until now, the university had been requiring DEI statements on a “voluntary basis.” Yeah, sure.

We need a lot more people like George Anastaplo, and a lot fewer like Andreas Cangellaris and his heavy-handed cadre of DEI enforcers.

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