The State of the American Mind
Adam Bellow and Mark Bauerlein, editors of The State of the American Mind: 16 Leading Critics on the New Anti-Intellectualism, talked about their follow-up to Allan Bloom’s 1987 book, The Closing of the American Mind. They argued that the decline in American intellectual habits that Bloom wrote about has continued over the past three decades. close
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Mark Bauerlein Professor Emory University->American Literature
Adam Bellow Editorial Director HarperCollins->Broadside Books
Daniel L. Dreisbach Professor American University->School of Public Affairs
Nicholas Eberstadt Scholar American Enterprise Institute->Political Economy
Jean M. Twenge Associate Professor San Diego State University->Department of Psychology
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