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0:00 The end of a tumultuous semester

4:39 The willful misreadings of John’s criticisms of the student protests

9:26 There are wars all over the world. Why so much fervor around Israel-Palestine?

16:40 Ground News ad

18:41 Has Israel gone too far in Gaza?

22:32 Should students be forced to listen to protests that might offend them?

35:11 Glenn’s book is out this week!

41:11 An update on Glenn’s recovery and hospital cuisine

Recorded May 11, 2024

Links and Readings

John’s NYT piece, “I’m a Columbia Professor. The Protests on My Campus Are Not Justice”

John’s NYT piece, “The Columbia Protests Made the Same Mistake the Civil Rights Movement Did”

John’s NYT piece, “Why Was This Treasure of Musical Theater All but Lost to the Ages?”

Coleman Hughes and Robert Wright debate Israel-Palestine

Pamela Paul’s NYT piece on Glenn, “He Knows It’s Important to Admit Mistakes. He’s Made Many.”

WSJ’s review of Late Admissions

Tunku Varadarajan’s 2020 WSJ profile of Glenn

WaPo’s review of Late Admissions

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