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Topic: John K. Wilson
If newspaper reporters largely seem to act as press agents for government programs, perhaps part of the reason may lie in the practical training they receive in college.
Nothing shows how flimsy the pretext of academic integrity is than the efforts of a Republican to enter academic ranks.
Can it be that the Resistance, at least on the academic side, is realizing that President Trump may serve at least one full term?
John K. Wilson of the AAUP writes about the new campus free speech law in Tennessee and some of the pros and cons of the law.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP defends President Trump’s recent efforts to allow non-profits to engage in political speech.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP points out the problems in a recent legal decision by a judge to uphold the suspension of Marquette University professor John McAdams over academic freedom
At the Academe Blog, John K. Wilson writes about why shouting down speakers is absolutely wrong because it continues to polarize the country and it plays into the Right’s hands: Shouting down speakers, such as…
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on the Academe Blog. It’s praiseworthy that the University of Chicago has announced to its students a “commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression.” But there is a…
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published on the Academe Blog. DePaul University has banned conservative pundit Ben Shapiro from speaking on campus to the Young Americans for Freedom student group. Bob Janis, Vice President…