Are American universities bastions of liberal bias that are unduly influencing the politics of their students? Settle in for an engaging debate. Bruce Smith (George Mason University) says contrary to popular belief, the problem with U.S. education is too little politics, not too much. Taking the other side is Daniel Klein (George Mason University) who says the nature of university hiring tends to favor those on the left. Also featured: David Kiracofe (Tidewater Community College) discusses the challenges of teaching recent controversial scholarship about Thomas Jefferson to high school and college aged audiences.
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