O, Utopia. Why must your sweet governance always turn so quickly from the Edenic to the Stalinist? The college revolutions of the 1960s—the ones that gave rise to the social-justice warriors of today’s campuses—were fueled by free speech. But once you’ve won a culture war, free speech is a nuisance, and “eliminating” language becomes a necessity.
Caitlin Flanagan, “That’s Not Funny”, Sep. 2015, The Atlantic, 9 Aug. 2015 < http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/09/thats-not-funny/399335/ >