The Hollow Men: Politics and Corruption in Higher Education

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Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company, 1990 - Education - 356 pages
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In his sequel to ProfScam, Sykes traces the decline of college curricula and shows how students and their parents are paying more money for less education. Sykes also examines the extreme politicization of the American campus and argues that this environment is producing hollow men and women with no more than a brief expose to the great books and ideas of Western civilization.

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Winter 1989
3
The Crisis
13
The Politicization of Academia
19
Copyright

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Charles Sykes is the author of three previous books, "ProfScam, The Hollow Men, "and "A Nation of Victims," A journalist who specializes in educational issues, he has written for and is frequently quoted by newspapers including "The New York Times, USA Today, "and "The Wall Street Journal. "He has appeared on "The Today Show, The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, "and NPR's "Talk of the Nation "to discuss schooling. A senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, Sykes lives with his wife and three children in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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