Read a copy of Elena Kagan Thesis

Erick Erickson over at Red State has obtained a copy of Elena Kagan’s Thesis.  A read will convince anyone that she has strong socialist leanings.  What else would we expect from the President?  How about this quote in her conclusion? “The story is a sad but also a chastening one for those who, more than half a century after socialism’s decline, still wish to change America….”

This proves Elena Kagan is an open and avowed socialist. The woman declares that socialists must stick together instead of fracture in order to advance a socialist agenda, which Kagan advocates.

You can see for yourself right here (PDF).

Read the rest at  BREAKING: We Have Elena Kagan’s College Thesis | RedState.

Andy Levy’s sardonic reply:

BREAKING: SOMEONE IN COLLEGE THOUGHT SOCIALISM WAS A GOOD IDEA!

I had trouble loading Red State’s PDF; if you’re having trouble too, no worries. The Weekly Standard was all over this a year ago when Kagan was up for Solicitor General and Doug Ross has compiled some of the more incendiary bits here. (People who knew her at Princeton insist she wasn’t a radical.) I’ve made my own thoughts about college theses clear before, but my esteemed colleague said it better than I did so I’ll just quote him:

via Hot Air » Kagan’s thesis on socialism suddenly hot news again.

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