He provides two examples that reveal such academics' propensity for bashing Israel in lieu of teaching history. One is a University of South Carolina course titled "Middle Eastern Politics 1945-Present" in which "80 percent of the . . . content dealt with Palestine from 1945 to 1949" and the other, a "Palestinian-Israeli literature" course initially missing a syllabus that turns out to be "80 percent . . . focused on Palestinian claims against Israelis."
As Stein concludes, "Those professors had agendas."