Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives Care?
Neil Gross shows that the U.S. academy's liberal reputation has exerted a self-selecting influence on young liberals, while deterring promising conservatives. His study sheds new light on both academic life and American politics, where the conservative movement was built in part around opposition to the "liberal elite" in higher education.
Subjects: Education, Political Science, Sociology
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