Nebulous Intellectuals

Johnson, Gerald W.
June 1962
New Republic;6/18/62, Vol. 146 Issue 25, p10
Reports on the political influence of nebulous intellectuals in the U.S. Assumption that man is a reasoning being and will respond reasonably to full and accurate information; Discussion about the process of brain-washing; for abandoning our own position. View that the Western intellectual continue to be the bane of practitioners of government by bull-whip; Reputation of a persona non grata to a government; Fact that the brainwashers are still a long way from proving that their hypothesis has statistical validity.


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