The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America (Google eBook)

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Regnery Publishing, 2006 - Education - 448 pages
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"We all know that left-wing radicals from the 1960s have hung around academia and hired people like themselves. But if you thought they were all harmless, antiquated hippies, you'd be wrong." "Horowitz exposes 101 academics - representative of thousands of radicals who teach our young people - who also happen to be alleged ex-terrorists, racists, murderers, sexual deviants, anti-Semites, and al-Qaeda supporters." "David Horowitz's riveting expose is essential reading for parents, students, college alums, taxpayers, and patriotic Americans who don't think college students should be indoctrinated by sympathizers of Joseph Stalin and Osama bin Laden. The Professors is truly frightening - and an intellectual call to arms from a courageous author who knows the radicals all too well."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Review: The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics In America

User Review  - Alex Acton - Goodreads

Hey, want to read a book to make you scared of academics, one two-page bio at a time? If so, here's your book. Otherwise, feel free to move past this one and pick up Glenn Beck's latest. In 'The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elke - Goodreads

Marketplace of ideas. I would prefer a book on intellectual diversity than calling out particular professors. Read full review


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Page xliv - ... investigators; he should cause his students to become familiar with the best published expressions of the great historic types of doctrine upon the questions at issue; and he should, above all, remember that his business is not to provide his students with ready-made conclusions, but to train them to think for themselves, and to provide them access to those materials which they need if they are to think intelligently.
Page xli - The function of the university is to seek and to transmit knowledge and to train students in the processes whereby truth is to be made known. To convert, or to make converts, is alien and hostile to this dispassionate duty. Where it becomes necessary, in performing this function of a university, to consider political, social, or sectarian...

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Horowitz is President of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture and Editor of the journal Heterodoxy.

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