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See also: anti-intellectualism
- Alternative form of
1991 May 17, James Krohe Jr., “Who's Afraid of Paula Wolff?”, in Chicago Reader:
- Chicago's campuses tend to evolve into enclaves anyway, as their inhabitants turn inward in a protective reaction against Chicago's pride in its buffoonery and its elevation of antiintellectualism to a cultural style.