Monthly Archives: May 2013

Online Education and the Attack on the Middle Class Teaching Profession

Is more online education going to be beneficial to education? The MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that had been launched by several top universities, is now expanding dramatically with ever more courses being offered, ever more students signing up and … Continue reading

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Citizens United v. FEC and Corporations in America: A History of Political Economy

“[There] is looming up a new and dark power… the enterprise of the country are aggregating vast corporate combinations of unexampled capital, boldly marching, not for economical conquests only, but for political power… The question will arise and arise in … Continue reading

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Discussion on Donald Kagan’s ‘Democracy May Have Had Its Day’

This is a reprint of a Facebook discussion with Helen Evans Phraner between April 27 and May 8, commenting on the article on Donald Kagan “Democracy May Have Had Its Day” in the Wall Street Journal by Matthew Kaminski. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323789704578446614144636002.html?mod=djemEditorialPage_hContinue reading

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Die Ideale Regierungsform

In diesem Post ist eine Facebook Debatte mit meinem Bruder Nicky zwischem den 2. und 4. Mai. Ein Kommentar zum Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i-Mcb9X0zA L Larry Liu Sogar die Schlümpfe brauchen einen Anführer: den Papa-Schlumpf. Keiner kann garantieren, dass dieser Anführer nicht … Continue reading

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