Monday, October 29

More on academia in the post 9/11 world: I shared a few thoughts on this last week. Today, Stanley Kurtz has an excellent article on the same topic in the National Review Online:

So long as radical professors wrote in incomprehensible jargon and confined themselves to discussions of literature or popular culture, the public was content to ignore them, or to let out an occasional chuckle at their expense. But with a question of supreme national importance on the line, the public is watching the academy as never before, and shows every inclination to judge and find wanting what it sees there.

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