Military-Industrial-Academic Complex

The CIA has long had a presence on American college campuses—whether as recruiters or in political science and Russian Studies Departments. Foreign CIA assets or political leaders or intellectuals receiving funding from the National Endowment For Democracy (NED), which finances propaganda, have been frequently appointed to faculty positions at prestigious...
Exemplifies Growth of Military-Industrial-Academic Complex That Is Destroying U.S. Democracy The University of Tulsa (TU) is one of Oklahoma’s premier schools. It draws students from around the world; has a billion-dollar endowment; and boasts everything from a vast collection of modernist literature to top-tier petroleum engineering and cybersecurity...
Top MIT Scientist Was Subject to Defamatory Attacks and Had Article Exposing Truth About Alleged Syrian Chemical Weapons Attacks Pulled by Prestigious Scientific Journal Fearful editors and CIA-connected hacks ganged up to defame top MIT scientist who refused to echo government propaganda. Instead, he quit his 30-year job on principle. Theodore...
CAM End of School Year Special on the Military-Industrial Academic Complex Instead of advancing critical thinking and cultural awareness and compelling students to read great literature, Purdue like many other American universities today is conditioning them to spy on their fellow citizens and fight the new cold war—with machines. An Associated...
Once upon a time getting a college degree meant reading classic literature and philosophy, learning about history and politics, studying mathematics and science, learning new languages, and debating the great issues of the day in student forums. The billionaire class and Pentagon, however, do not want young people to think...
Denigration of Conspiracy Theorists Is Right Out of the CIA’s Playbook In January 2020, the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy inaugurated a new online peer reviewed academic journal titled Misinformation Review. The journal’s co-founding editors were Matthew Baum, the Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications...
Some Great Role Model for Students That Hillary Clinton Is! In his 1923 book The Goose-Step, renowned muckraking journalist Upton Sinclair examined the consequences of plutocratic capitalist control of American colleges and universities, writing that “our educational system is not a public service, but an instrument of special privilege; its purpose is not...