The answer to your question is no, I don't think there is anti-intellectualism
Waters, Sharpton, and Bell do speak for many blacks, he insists, not because racism is rising, as many blacks believe, but because the viruses of victimology, separatism, and anti-intellectualism
have created a counter-reality within which they live and move.
This resistance exposes a parochial anti-intellectualism
which permeates the media here.
Hofstadter, in his study of American anti-intellectualism
, had already put his finger on these moods and fads, as if predicting the uprising at his own university.
Henman represents the worst kind of arrogant English anti-intellectualism
, will never win Wimbledon, and the sooner he retires to manage a network of suburban tennis courts the better.
The Bush administration has built a presidency around a defiant anti-intellectualism
This is not a call to move the professional preparation of teachers and administrators from the academy to the "real world" of practice in the schools, Such a move was a major part of the conservative agenda of British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who sought to denigrate academic learning of any kind, A similar anti-intellectualism
has come quickly to the United States, Classroom experience is a crucial part of any teacher's training, but it is only a part.
That oppositional stance is compounded by what historian Richard Hofstadter identified in Anti-Intellectualism
in American Life (1963) as the self-defeating "hunger.
In so doing, they have begun to shuck the stereotype of anti-intellectualism
that had previously dogged Catholics.
91st Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities "Education in an Era of Global Competition: Anti-Intellectualism
In Davenport's view, modern Americans, possessed by the twin demons of anti-intellectualism
and car lust, had sold both mind and body in return for a mess of pottage--and for feited their souls in the process.
Ravitch chronicles this long-standing and deeply seeded anti-intellectualism
in public education, from its turn-of-the-century origins to the "life-adjustment" movement of the 1940s and 1950s and the neo-progressivism of the 1960s and early 1970s.
But already Horowitz was troubled by the anti-intellectualism
of the New Left.
9 HATRED OF CAPITALISM: A SEMIOTEXT(E) READER Best title yet (thanks to Jack Smith, who came up with it) and with anti-intellectualism
so rampant these days, I can't help myself.
As an alternative, he celebrated a Buchananite populist vision, complete with paeans to the parochialism, anti-intellectualism
, and lack of ambition associated with such working-class neighborhoods as South Boston.