By Patrick X. Coyle, Young America's Foundation
Published with Human Events
Just as we must never forget what happened on 9/11, we must also remember how that same unbridled patriotism was frowned upon on college campuses. When 3,000 innocent people were murdered by radical Islamists on Sept. 11, 2001, shock, horror and fear gripped every American, and in the days following the attacks, the entire country was swept up in unbridled patriotism that, perhaps, hadn’t been seen since World War II. With the ruins of the World Trade Center still smoldering, a charred, cavernous hole in the Pentagon, and a wreckage-strewn field in Pennsylvania still being cleared, the Left had already begun to show its true colors. The nation’s campuses were overflowing with anti-American sentiments.
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