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The Weekly Bell: May 23, 2014

Don Devine, at Liberty Law Blog, reflects on “The Real John Locke”

George Leef, at The Pope Center’s Clarion Call, asks us to rethink the drive to graduate more students in STEM.  [My favorite line:  “So, perhaps we don’t need any educational central planning.”]

 Justin Paulette, currently residing in Korea, has an article–Are There Male & Female Virtues?–in the New Oxford Review (behind very kind paywall that accepts micropayments).

Tracy Mehan, Wouldn’t You Rather Be in Philadelphia? — takes a look at the new Barnes museum.

 



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