Inclusion is merely the new soft, cottony term for marginalizing, shutting down, and kicking out the disfavored.
When a large-scale survey of college students’ attitudes toward free speech was released this week, the terms were puzzling. Students were presented with the following choice: Is it more important to protect free-speech rights or promote a diverse and inclusive society? A disturbing 53 percent chose the latter option, including large majorities of women, blacks, and Democrats.
The question on everyone’s mind was: How can it be that “free speech” and “inclusion” are opposites?