[PODCAST] #478: Thaddeus Russell vs. Academic Conformism – Part One – Beyond Black and White

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Historian and Professor Thaddeus Russell returns. And unloads.

What's new?
Thaddeus has launched the first phase of his Renegade University.

The Effects of Intellectual Conformism:
- Manichaeism in the minds of academics
- Charles Murray and Middlebury College
- Tucker Carlson owns college professors

- Donald Trump's world and how the left gave it to him (fragility vs. repression)
- Tangent: Richard Spencer

Why and how Thad's thinking has changed:
- Thad's conflicts with left libertarians
- vertical (knowledge) vs. horizontal (overwhelm) information
- shifting definitions and connotations
- Policing Is Racially Biased? Thad's commentary on the debate

- what I've learned from sheltered college professors
- media manipulation of race issues, and the real issues they'll never discuss
- the history of mass incarceration
- Thad's Article: "Don't Like Militarized Police and Mass Incarceration? Blame Progressivism."
- my impulse to uncover secret plots and deceptions
- feeling pleasure in anger
- resist empathy in politics?
- paternalism in college culture

Look Closer:
Thaddeus Russell's Site - www.thaddeusrussell.com

Previous School Sucks Show With Thaddeus Russell - http://schoolsucksproject.com/category/podcast/a-renegade-history-course-with-thaddeus-russell/

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