The ’60s Begin to Fade as Liberal Professors Retire

I predicted this would happen earlier this year.

“Self-described liberals are most common within the ranks of those professors aged 50-64, who were teenagers or young adults in the 1960s,” they wrote, making up just under 50 percent. At the same time, the youngest group, ages 26 to 35, contains the highest percentage of moderates, some 60 percent, and the lowest percentage of liberals, just under a third.

When it comes to those who consider themselves “liberal activists,” 17.2 percent of the 50-64 age group take up the banner compared with only 1.3 percent of professors 35 and younger.

The Jewish Question (what is the magnitude of Jewish influence and power over the U.S. federal government and American culture?) will become progressively less salient as aging Jews in higher education and the mass media retire. The rising generation is more Gentile and less embued with zeal for enforcing political correctness.

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4 Comments

  1. I’ve also noticed that younger jews (gen. x and younger) tend to be more assimilated than their parents and grandparents. In fact, many of them are marrying non-jews, which is a cause of great concern for people like Abe Foxman and Alan Dershowitz. Younger jews also seem to have less subversive hostility towards Western Civilization than their immigrant grandparents and red diaper parents. Unfortunately, the damage has already been done.

  2. Young Jews…Old Jews…It doesn’t matter…they’re all jews in the end and thus scum.

    Here in Canada we didn’t need jews to ruin this country…all we needed were American cultural influence and that scumbag Pierre Trudeau.

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