University of South Carolina Textbook Says Predictably Terrible Things About Reagan, Conservatives

Progressive academics just don’t see anyone else as human.

A University of South Carolina textbook has one student whistleblower outraged over its accusations that President Ronald Reagan was sexist and conservatives view people as incapable of “charity” and “lazy.”

The textbook, obtained by Turning Points USA Founder Charlie Kirk, was authored by Karen K. Kirst-Ashman and used for the three credit course “Introduction to Social Work Profession and Social Welfare.

The mandated reading includes sections such as “Conservative Extremes in the 1980’s and Early 1990’s,” which claims Reagan “ascribed to women primarily domestic functions’ and failed to appoint many women to significant positions of power during his presidency.”

Anna Chapman, a sophomore at the University of South Carolina, told Campus Reform “I can not even tell you how angry I was when I read that.”

The excerpts sent to Campus Reform make no mention of Reagan’s appointment of Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female Supreme Court Justice; his appointment of the first female U.S. Representative to the United Nations, Jeane Kirkpatrick; Elizabeth Dole, the first female appointed to Secretary of the Department of Transportation; or that over 1,400 women were chosen by Reagan to fill powerful, policy-making positions.


The book accuses conservatives of taking a “negative view of human nature” and says that rich people see having less rich people as “useful.” It’s progressive propaganda.

This story will take one of two tracks. The university will hide behind “academic freedom” and do nothing, or it will claim to be shocked! by its contents and remove it from classrooms…only to return it once the dust settles. Other universities will lay low, hoping that the world doesn’t learn that the same book is being used on their campuses too.



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