Peter Wood

National Association of Scholars

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President of the National Association of Scholars, an organization challenging what they call the rise of "campus political correctness;" anthropologist and former professor at Boston University

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The College Board designs advance placement courses for high-school students, providing what critics call a monopoly on American History.

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