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Opening credits
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How did you get into Harvard after studying in a remote public school in Iowa?
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Adams House at Harvard College
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Do you remember  Death at an Early Ageby Jonathan Kozol?
03:57.5    |    
Are you a libertarian?
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What does it mean to be a libertarian?
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Is there something wrong with wanting government intervention to solve the financial crisis?
08:12    |    
Does the public education system ignore the brightest students?
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Is a diploma a meaningless prerequisite for getting a job?
13:39    |    
How do you test a Russian history major?
15:20.600000000000022    |    
Is writing essays important in United States universities?
17:41    |    
Misidentified quotes
18:18.8    |    
What about teacher certification?
19:59    |    
How do you guarantee an effective certification process for teaching?
21:45    |    
What is  The Bell Curve about?
23:46    |    
What are the four simple truths of the book  Real Education?
25:34    |    
Can IQ be tested?
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Do IQ tests have a cultural bias?
30:50    |    
Did the federal government intervene in education when we were growing up?
32:12.5    |    
What do you think about the idea of increasing the population of graduates by lowering the qualifying grade?
34:6.5    |    
What do you think about Anabel Ford's advice on choosing a career?
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Do you think someone should pursue a career even if it doesn't pay well?
37:53.90000000000009    |    
Should teachers please their students or their colleagues?
39:48    |    
Are renowned professors inaccessible?
41:13    |    
What will your next book be about?
43:21.59999999999991    |    
Henry Kissinger on the United Nations
44:10    |    
How has your experience been in Guatemala?
45:05    |    
Have the ideas about a small government and economic freedom been lost?
46:47    |    
Individual responsibility for actions
47:31.5    |    
Making your own decisions
48:40    |    
Final words
50:18    |    
Final credits




Interview with Charles Murray by Carlisle Johnson

06 de noviembre de 2008   | Vistas: 519 |  

Charles Murray is the W. H. Brady Scholar of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and author of the books The Bell Curve and Real Education. In this interview, hosted by Carlisle Johnson, he talks about his educational background at Harvard University, his definition of a libertarian, and the ideas presented in his books. He also explains what he considers to be some of the deficiencies of the American education system: excessive numbers of people going to college and limitations for academically gifted students. Dr. Murray proposes an education system inspired by libertarian ideals in which everyone is responsible for their own actions.

Charles Murray is the W. H. Brady Scholar of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). He was a consultant for the…


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