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

Spring 2022

This issue seeks to provoke thought and suggest reforms in order to preserve our vision of our society, civilization, culture, and intellectual standards. Articles in this issue by Alexander Riley, George R. La Noue, Andrew Gillen, Sumantra Maitra, Bruce Gilley, Robert Moranto, and many others.

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March 18, 2022

Issue at a Glance

Carol Iannone

Read the articles in the Spring 2022 issue of Academic Questions at a glance.

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March 18, 2022

Letters

Carol Iannone

Letters to the Editor, Volume 35, Issue 1.

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March 18, 2022

Editors' Note

Carol Iannone

Editor's note and correction to On Dubious Race Preferences in Volume 34, Issue 4.

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March 18, 2022

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The Case for Colonialism: A Response to My Critics

Political scientist and NAS board member Bruce Gilley’s article “The Case for Colonialism” (republished in Academic Questions in the summer of 2018), has been the subject o......

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A Poor Substitute for Religion

While “wokeness” attracts students starved for purpose and meaning, it fails to produce people whose excellent personal qualities are self-evident. Liberal education does just th......

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The Case for Colonialism

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

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In Humans, Sex is Binary and Immutable

The idea that there are more than two sexes in human beings is a rejection of everything biological science has taught us. Unbelievably, this idea is coming directly from within the highest......

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The Case for Colonialism: A Response to My Critics

Political scientist and NAS board member Bruce Gilley’s article “The Case for Colonialism” (republished in Academic Questions in the summer of 2018), has been the subject o......