Rise Of Anti-Intellectualism
As president-elect, Joe Biden assembled an advisory board of experts to provide science-based recommendations on COVID-19.
Scientists applauded the move and took it as a hopeful sign that independent science advice would be welcomed at the White House after four years of anti-science rhetoric.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discuss the rise of anti-intellectualism and how it affects politics and policy during a pandemic.
- E.J. Dionne, Jr., professor, Georgetown University and The Washington Post columnist
- Tim Lacy, historian, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Genna Reed, lead science and policy analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists
- Dr. Frederic Bertley, president and CEO, COSI, and host of WOSU TV's new science show, QED with Dr. B
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