I thought the content of this book was stimulating and incisive. The area dealing with American universities was almost incredible and certainly a wake-up call for academics and especially administrators to show more backbone and introduce students to real life. I wonder if American Law has the “reasonable man” standard, as this (one would have thought) would obviate many of those tortious cases based on subjectively offended feelings. I would happily have given this five stars except that it seemed to me to be overwritten, with rather a lot of repetition. Still, an important analysis of a current problem.