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The Weekly Bell 4-25-14

Events:

April 30:  Amity Shlaes will speak at The Center for Political and Economic Thought at  Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.  Her topic will be Coolidge, The President Who Said ‘No’ .  For more information visit: www.stvincent.edu/cpet

Articles:

Don Devine, Rousseau’s American Heirs Fight the Final Prejudice

Tracy Mehan, “Natural Investment in Water Quality” 

 Allen Mendenhall, reviews Greg LukianoffUnlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate, for The Freeman

George Leef, “Higher Education Already Has a Leftist Bias

@Accuracy in Academia:
Mal Kline, Educators Fear Paper Military
Mal Kline, Sillier Than Women’s Studies
Don Irvine, Journalism No Longer the Worst Job In America—Barely

 

 


Mal Kline: Crack in the Ivory Curtain

When academia practices real diversity, one wonders how long it can continue. It usually doesn’t, unfortunately.

Right now there is a crack in the Ivory Curtain in the person of Manuel Suarez-Mier, economist in residence at the School of International Service at American University. To call him politically incorrect would be an understatement. We mean that as a compliment. 

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