Accommodation of the Soviet Union, to one degree or another, was itself a byproduct of academic thought.
Monthly Archives For October 2010
The President’s favorite think tank, the Center for American Progress (CAP) is so anxious to help the White House reach its goal of 60 percent of the population with college degrees that they are considering high school dropouts as likely targets for recruiters.
Perhaps the Left has discovered a form of western civilization it likes—at least of the modern-day variety.
“The taxes we rely on most have marginal excess rates of 40 to 50 percent.”—Duke University economist Chris Conover at the Cato Institute on October 13, 2010
It turns out that progressive educator John Dewey’s books were not only influential in the United States.
A historian at Penn makes the case that education is a welfare benefit then goes on to virtually endorse it as such.
For decades, media elites and academics alike have accepted the accounts that veterans of the anti-Vietnam War movement gave of themselves, particularly when those vets occupied academic berths.
How can a deep blue campus go purple? By a statistical fluke.
For once, a left-wing speaker on the college lecture circuit got heckled and by a most unusual heckler.