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An unorthodox journal studying the virtues & vices of the American higher education establishment.

Winter 2020

Success in solving America's problems derives not though thinking globally, attempting to solve the problems of the world, undoing the depredations of history, and rectifying the disorders of the universe, but by addressing specific problems the United States and in the academy, seeing how they might be ameliorated. 

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December 30, 2020

The Deconstruction of the Nation State

Glynn Custred

Globalists and Marxists alike dream of a borderless world in which the sovereign nation-state is subordinate to a global ruling class. Both movements recognize that reframing history in a way that fac...

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December 14, 2020

Economic Nationalism, Immigration, and Higher Education

Pedro Gonzalez

Higher education’s participation in a variety of immigrant visa programs puts the pecuniary interests of colleges and universities squarely at odds with the interests of their graduates.

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December 14, 2020

Beyond Creed: American National Culture

Darren Staloff

The American creed laid out in the Declaration of Independence takes on meaning only in the context of historical events.

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May 30, 2018

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The Case for Colonialism

From the summer issue of Academic Questions, we reprint the controversial article, "The Case for Colonialism." ...

September 30, 2020

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Make Art—and Academia—Medieval Again

Much like the devotional paintings hanging in our finest museums, the Gothic architecture that adorns American college campuses fails to elicit from visitors even the slightest religious fee...

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May 30, 2018

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The Case for Colonialism

From the summer issue of Academic Questions, we reprint the controversial article, "The Case for Colonialism." ...

March 29, 2019

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Homogenous: The Political Affiliations of Elite Liberal Arts College Faculty

A study on the partisanship of liberal arts professors at America's top universities. ...

September 30, 2020

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Decolonizing the Curriculum

Decolonizing the curriculum is more than just replacing John Stuart Mill with Ta-Nehisi Coates in required reading lists. It’s about advancing a revolution in what we consider to be kn...