Is There an Academic Blacklist?

A Debate Between David Horowitz and Reed University Professor Peter Steinberger

David Horowitz vs. Peter Steinberger Debate at Reed College · 28 August 2006

Welcome to Reed College. I would like to welcome students and faculty and in particular parents and family members, and members of the Reed Community, to the first event of the 2005/6 edition of the annual public policy lecture series.

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Steinberger v. Horowitz Part III: Is There an Academic Blacklist? · 30 June 2006

By David Horowitz--FrontPageMagazine.com--06/30/06

In this final part of the debate, I have broken Steinberger's commentary on "The Idea of Academic Freedom" into several sections to make it easier for the reader to follow the arguments. The exchange is particularly illuminating, in my view, in the way it reveals Professor Steinberger's instinctive bias against conservative thought. I think the existence of this attitude on the part of a serious and seasoned academic liberal makes it easier to understand the exclusion of conservatives from university faculties --DH.

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Steinberger vs. Horowitz, Part II · 26 June 2006

By David Horowitz--FrontPageMag.com--06/26/06

What follows is the second part of the debate between Peter Steinberger, professor of political science and Dean of Faculty at Reed University, and myself. (A third part will follow.)

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Debating the Academic Bill of Rights · 23 June 2006

By David Horowitz--FrontPageMag.com--06/23/06

Peter Steinberger, Professor of Political Science and Dean of the Faculty, Reed University:

There are three primary reasons to oppose the Academic Bill of Rights. But before I get to those, there are also three reasons to be skeptical about the motivation behind the Bill of Rights. Generally, I don't like to question motives. But in this case, I'm afraid it's impossible not to:

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