Hillary Clinton: Cultural Marxist


When Hillary Rodham arrived at Yale Law School in the fall of 1969, the long-awaited Revolution seemed to be at hand. Students declared a “liberated zone” on the main quadrangle and erected tents for endless teach-ins. The university was forced to adopt pass-fail grading. And the pungent scent of sweet-smelling marijuana was redolent in the autumn air.

Within months of her arrival, Hillary signed on to the board of editors of the newly-established Yale Review of Law and Social Action. The Review’s purpose was “to present forms of legal scholarship and journalism which focus on programmatic solutions to social problems.” The cover photo of the first issue depicted police brandishing weapons to illustrate an article on “University and the Police: Force and Freedom on Campus

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