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Alan Brinkley Accosted by FoxNews!

Super hero/History prof/Provost Alan Brinkley was walking to work one chilly day, and noticed someone following him. Because he didn’t think to look for one of those little red “Lion’s Watching” Lions to protect him against evil spirits, the stalker eventually caught up to him and introduced himself – Griff Jenkins of Fox News. Jenkins […]

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LectureHop: The Post-Partisan World of Alan Brinkley

Bwog correspondent Liz Naiden attended last night’s panel on the possibility of a “post-partisan world.” The truth comes out; Provost Alan Brinkley is so desperate to return to academic life that he has announced the �death of partisan politics,� in the middle of the great election cycle of 2008�or so we thought. Brinkley first published […]

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Quickspec: the Man, the Legend Edition

PrezBo doesn’t know quite what to do without Brinkley None of these men are quite as sexy as Brinkley  Brinkley thinks ROTC wouldn’t want to come back anyway!  Not news to Brinkley (…or anyone, really) We’re not sure whose side is right here, but we’re almost certain Brinkley’s on it  OK this doesn’t fit the […]

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