Filmmaker, antiwar activist Ayers to debate at Dartmouth
D’Souza, who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1983, was indicted last week on charges that he violated campaign finance laws and used straw donors to funnel as much as $20,000 to an unsucessful U.S. Senate candidate.
D’Souza had been a member of The Dartmouth Review in 1982, said Stuart A. Allan, president of the review.
Headlined as “What’s So Great About America?” the debate shares its title with D’Souza’s 2002 bestseller, which argues for a renewed patriotism in the face of radical internal and external threats to America.
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