Review Of Impostors in the Temple
by Martin Anderson Published by Simon & Schuster, 1992.

Dr. Anderson, a former Columbia University professor and now a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, calls many of our nation's academic intellectuals "Impostors in the temple" — that is, people who pretend to teach and pretend to do original, important work, but actually do neither. He says that:

"the death of integrity in the heart of higher education is the root cause of the educational troubles which afflict us today."

He helps us to understand how it all happened at Stanford, one of the Nation's most prestigious universities. He describes how Stanford bilked the federal taxpayers out of millions of dollars and played a big role in the Political Correctness movement. —Phyllis Schlafly