Commentary: Cancel Culture at Princeton

Michael Curtis
American Thinker

Excerpt: The Princeton University Library collections are among the most valuable in the world with their holdings of seven million printed works and five million manuscripts and diverse objects. Those holdings continually grow with additions of print, digital non-print, and manuscripts through acquisition or gifts. The library has been generous in its displays and educational in organizing exhibits.

It is therefore stunning that Princeton, in an unaccustomed example of “wokery,” surrendered to cancel culture and the rewriting of history in canceling an exhibition due to be opened in April 2022.