by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts
For a number of years I have witnessed the disappearance of the white male from the publications and fund-raising materials sent to me by Georgia Tech and Merton College, Oxford University. The materials feature women and foreigners, and I am puzzled that the institutions believe that a person who remembers his college differently from what now exists can resonate with the fund-raising materials. The materials remind me that the educational institutions that I attended no longer exist. It is strange beasts for which they appeal to me for support.
Georgia Tech was a state supported school for in-state male students. The tuition was nominal. Merton College was a men’s college, and those in attendence were mainly British. Today both have large foreign and large female contingents.