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Read thoughts and initiatives from the National Association of Scholars.

Episode #46: Presidential Candidates On Higher Education with Rachelle Peterson

Peter Wood

Rachelle Peterson and Peter Wood discuss where the presidential candidates stand on higher education.

Academic Freedom, Academic Diversity, and Research Integrity at UCLA

NAS

The National Association of Scholars has submitted a comment to the WASC Senior College and University Commission, which is currently accrediting UCLA. We urge WSCUC to call on UCLA to admit wrongdoing in the case of Jim Enstrom and implement reforms to prevent similar violations of academic freedom.

Lincoln Redux: Race and American History with Lucas Morel

David Randall

In this episode, David Randall and political scientist Lucas Morel discuss Morel's response to the lead essay of the New York Times' 1619 Project, as well as strategies for countering the  "1619 Project" view of history within American education.

The Lost History of Western Civilization

NAS

Join the National Association of Scholars and the Pepperdine School of Public Policy on January 24th for a half-day conference on “The Lost History of Western Civilization” and the launch of a new report by Stanley Kurtz.

The Truth About America's Founding and Slavery

Daniel Davis

During this in-depth interview, Allen Guelzo talks about the New York Times' 1619 project, reparations, capitalism and its role in our history, and more.