Amy Binder’s Article Published in The Washington Post

The Washington Post has published an article written by UCSD professor of sociology Amy Binder. Her article, titled “There’s a well-funded campus industry behind the Ann Coulter incident,” discusses how some conservative campus organizations, often the most well-funded, thrive on confrontation and how there’s a lot of organization behind these types if events. In the article, Amy Binder writes:

Although Coulter and her sponsors — the Berkeley chapter of the College Republicans, local donors and a national organization called Young America’s Foundation — complained about the unfairness of the situation, they actually won by gaining attention from the fallout.

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