Glenn Loury’s Journey from Chicago’s South Side to the Ivy League and Beyond | National Review

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Professor Glenn Loury is in social sciences and economics at Brown University. Before that, he became a tenured professor of economics at Harvard at the age of 33. How he got from there to here is an inspiring and fascinating story of hard work and accomplishment that is explored in great detail in this interview. Professor Loury also explains the crucial role his parents and his extended family played in his education and his opinions. Now, in his 70s, Loury has become a leading spokesman on the right, often speaking out against woke culture prevalent on many campuses and other institutions. He also explains his radical (for an academic institution, at least) reading list and syllabus for the courses he teaches at Brown and how an undergraduate student/teaching assistant inspired Professor Loury to create a course intended to liberate his students from the “groupthink” that is far too prevalent at most universities.

Recorded at Fox News in NYC on October 28, 2021

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.





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