The Anti-Science Left: Author Alex Berezow on Why Both Parties Fail at Science





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Published on Nov 3, 2012

"When you accuse everyone of being anti-science, it has a dampering effect on good public policy discourse," scientist and author Alex Berezow tells Reason's Katherine Mangu-Ward.

Berezow, editor of Real Clear Science, calls out the political left for some of their anti-science beliefs in his new book titled Science Left Behind. Berezow explains that both political parties are equally guilty in ignoring scientific facts when it comes to certain public policies. The doctor of microbiology goes on to say that his book focuses on the scientific misgivings of the political left simply because much media has already been devoted to criticizing the Right.

About 6 minutes.

Shot by Joshua Swain and Amanda Winkler. Edited by Amanda Winkler.

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