Image:  Claremont McKenna College stands accused of censoring faculty members who were discussing texts including Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Alice Walker’s The Color Purple. But the college, which is known for promoting freedom of expression, is pushing back on these allegations, saying that its actions have been misrepresented. “In my nine years as president, we have never held a disciplinary review, investigation or remedial action (e.g., demand, alteration,...


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