Reflections on Politics and Academia: An Interview with Michael Parenti

@article{Boggs2012ReflectionsOP,
  title={Reflections on Politics and Academia: An Interview with Michael Parenti},
  author={Carl E. Boggs},
  journal={New Political Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={228 - 236}
}
Michael Parenti, the author of more than twenty books on a wide variety of topics, has taught political science and social science at several universities. He is a founder of the Caucus for a New Political Science. In recent years he has been devoted to writing and public speaking, lecturing across the United States, Canada, and elsewhere. He received his PhD in political science from Yale University. He currently lives in Berkeley, California. The following interview was conducted in early… 

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