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Bill Ayers: Teaching Revolution Paperback – April 30, 2013
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Mary Grabar, Ph.D., is founder of the Dissident Prof Education Project, Inc., www.dissidentprof.com, which is committed to “resisting the re-education of America.” This is the third publication by Dissident Prof Press. She most recently edited "Exiled: Stories from Conservative and Moderate Professors Who Have Been Ridiculed, Ostracized, Marginalized, Demonized, and Frozen Out," a collection of essays from six of her “dissident” colleagues (published in 2013). In 2012, she coauthored with history professor Brian Birdnow, “'A New Beginning,' Or a Revised Past? President Barack Obama’s Cairo Speech," a guidebook on Obama’s historically inaccurate speech, now frequently assigned to college students. Mary Grabar earned her Ph.D. in English from the University of Georgia in 2002, and has since then taught in a number of colleges and universities in Georgia. She writes frequently about education and other issues for such publications as Accuracy in Media, PJ Media, Weekly Standard, Minding the Campus, Townhall, Front Page Magazine, and Roll Call.
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The McCain-Palin campaign missed an opportunity to expose the Ayers-Obama relationship in the area that it really mattered, i.e., their work during the late 1990s and early 2000s to fund radical education initiatives such as the "small schools movement" and radical community organizing outfits such as the Midwest Academy. While that campaign missed that opportunity, the rest of us cannot miss the opportunity to expose Ayers' influence in our universities and, increasingly, in K-12 education. There is currently a San Francisco-based outfit known as the Pacific Educational Group (PEG) that has been introducing "Critical Race Theory" in public schools throughout the U.S., including here in Lawrence, Kan. Not surprisingly, PEG is closely aligned with Gloria Ladson-Billings, Linda Darling-Hammond, and others who are also closely aligned with Ayers.
My only criticism of this book is a few minor errors, which just about all authors make. For example, on page 107 she writes, "There are still unexplained visits by a William Ayers at the White House in 2009." I almost made the same error in my recent book, "Chapter 19: Defeating the Socialist Coalition and Restoring Our Constitutional Republic" (2014). In fact, the visits have been explained. There are more than 500 men in the U.S. named "William Ayers." The William Ayers (or Ayerses) who visited the White House is not the same William Ayers who befriended Obama in Chicago.