JENSEN HARRASSED BY PROTESTERS IN UK
Date sent: Thu, 03 Dec 1998 23:43:39 +0000
To: Marian Van Court
From: Chris Brand
Subject: Arthur Jensen
Non-'scientific racist', Emeritus Professor Art Jensen, who has been
enjoying retirement in the U.K. [mainly around the Maudsley Hospital],
favoured E.LU. Psychology Department with a talk about the 'g' factor on 3
December. The Anti-Nazi League turned out for a token protest, but Art
said nothing interesting about race, sex, genes, eugenics, feminazism,
political correctness or paedophilia so the Pro-Stalinazis packed their
bags after fifteen minutes.
Chris Brand Edinburgh, UK. My details and weekly
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"The ostensible grounds of many dismissals are not the same as the real
reasons. I think that the only proper defence of academic freedom is
Earl Russell [son of Bertrand Russell], 1988, in a maiden speech opposing
the Education Reform Bill which was to deprive British academics of tenure
and to allow them to be dismissed without warning merely for "good cause"
-- just like any other British employees. Hansard, House of Lords 496,
iii/iv, p. 1385f.