Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson protesters are making one good point
Princeton University protesters have a case when they say that Woodrow Wilson's name should be removed from school property and programs because he was a racist. But there's a catch to their cause.
Not only do the students want Wilson's name and portrait be expunged, but they also want a special cultural space on campus dedicated to black students. So while they hold a legitimate qualm with Wilson re-instituting segregation as President of the United States, they're now calling for another form of it. Sounds like a double-standard to me.
If we're going to start cleansing history, where do we stop? With Wilson, or beyond? When does American history start to become acceptable.