Washington Post
| by Aaron Hanlon

Assistant Professor of English Aaron Hanlon wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post titled “The biggest P.C. police are the actual police — and their defenders,” who he argues wants to “make criticism of law enforcement taboo.”

“This is exactly what conservatives deride when they call political correctness: censoring or shaming criticism to protect a special class of people from harsh ideas,” Hanlon writes. “A reevaluation of what ‘law and order’ really means for our citizens — especially our black citizens — is long overdue, but too many of our politicians are scared to even ask the question.”

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