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October 9, 2020

Legally Wrong: When Courts and Science Meet with Nathan Schachtman

David Randall

Washington bureaucrats only make half of America's science policy. Judges, juries, and lawyers make the other half, in billion-dollar lawsuits decided in courts around the nation. Nathan A. Schach...

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October 2, 2020

Episode #53: Race in America Today with Wilfred Reilly

Peter Wood

Dr. Reilly joins us to discuss the campus climate today. What racism is, the 1776 Project, and much more.

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September 25, 2020

Episode #52: Anti-Racism and Illiberal Education

Peter Wood

Many students this year are required to take a new course: anti-racism. What do these courses teach? Who teaches them? And what is included and excluded in their teaching of "anti-racism...

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July 29, 2020

Episode #51: Rabble Rousing with Lee Jussim

Peter Wood

Why is groupthink bad for the academy? To answer this question we are joined by Lee Jussim, a professor of social psychology at Rutgers University and author of the popular Psychology Today blog, Rabb...

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February 28, 2020

Episode #50: The Partisan Professoriate with Mitchell Langbert

Peter Wood

Peter Wood and Mitchell Langbert explore recent research on the political affiliations of university professors and also the internal contradictions of John Dewey's progressive education....

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