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Robert Chernomas

  • Strange bedfellows: Trump’s political base

    Trump represents one class and one large subsection of Americans that rebelled against the politics of the so-called “Golden Age” that contributed to the transition to neoliberalism, the effects of the which shifted the political economy of the US to the right and the resulting epic inequality, macroeconomic instability, and the social and health crisis that followed.

  • KPMG misses point of university education

    Maybe the most troubling aspect of the Pallister-KPMG idea of a university is its clear intention to micromanage post-secondary education, focusing on immediately measurable productivity that undermines academics’ ability to do basic research. In order to serve its function of innovation, criticism and co-operation, a university requires a stable and independent environment.

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