Anti-Intellectualism in American Life
This Pulitzer Prize-winning book sheds light on the prevalence of anti-intellectualism in American society. The author delves into the evolution of American education and how it has impacted the concept of intellect. He argues that both anti-intellectualism and utilitarianism are rooted in America's cultural heritage, not just democracy. A thought-provoking read that explores the role of intellect in a democratic society.
First Published in 1963