Marxism and the Academy

May 1978
National Review;5/26/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p636
The article reports on the nomination of Bertell Ollman at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. Bertell Ollman is a Marxist and is nominated as the head of the department of politics at the University of Maryland. He states that he tries to educate his students with a Marxist outlook and tries to convert them to socialism while instilling in them the job of a Marxist scholar, which is to make more revolutionaries.


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