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Tidbits – Apr. 6, 2023 – Reader Comments: Trump Indictment; Nashville Students Protest, Tenn Legislators Dixiecrat Policies; Israeli Protests; Dolly Parton; Russian Neo-Imperialism; the Measures Taken-Live Theater Performance of Bertolt Brecht Play;

Reader Comments: Trump Indictment; Nashville Students Protest, Tenn Legislators Continue Dixiecrat Policies; Israeli Protests; Dolly Parton censored; Russian neo-imperialism; The Measures Taken - Live Theater Performance of Bertolt Brecht play;

Princeton Faculty Letter in Support of Student Protests

A letter by Princeton faculty members says, "Our students are no longer quiet. They have forced all of us to confront the urgency of the moment. Princeton’s deliberate pace at reform often presupposes the sacrifice of those who must endure until we actually change. These students refuse to wait. They have forced the conversation and now we must act. We stand with them as they struggle with the racist legacy of Woodrow Wilson and its impact on this campus."

South Africa Freezes Tuition Fees After Student Protests

Protests have erupted across many of South Africa’s public universities this year, with anger focusing on the deep-rooted economic and racial cleavages remaining a generation after the end of apartheid.

The protesters Who Are Trying to Upend the ‘Fantasy World’ of Economics

Jeff Guo The Washington Post
On Friday, on the eve of the annual meeting of The American Economic Association in Boston, attended by many of the top economists in the United States, the agents of the heterodoxy had come to declare war on the profession. The small group threw their messages onto the side of the Sheraton Boston in glowing, six-foot tall letters: “BEFORE ECONOMICS CAN PROGRESS, IT MUST ABANDON ITS SUICIDAL FORMALISM.”
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