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Summer 2021

Perhaps you fondly recall the better days when we could more easily separate fiction from non-fiction , or vice versa. This issue features a number of articles that deal with the crucial importance of having a solid foundation in facts, including pieces by Michael Rectenwald, Henry H. Bauer, Glynn Custred, Bruce P. Frohnen, and Alexander Riley.

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The Issue at a Glance

The Issue at a Glance, Volume 34, Issue 2.

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Fact vs. Truth?

Carol Iannone

Editor's Introduction to Volume 34, Issue 2.

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April 16, 2021

Even Finance Professors Lean Left

Emre Kuvvet

The faculty at the top twenty finance departments and the editorial boards at the top finance journals are heavily left-leaning. There is little political diversity in the upper echelon of finance aca......

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Social Justice 101: Intro. to Cancel Culture

Understanding the illogical origin of cancel culture, we can more easily accept mistakes, flaws, and errors in history, and in ourselves, as part of our fallen nature....

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Even Finance Professors Lean Left

The faculty at the top twenty finance departments and the editorial boards at the top finance journals are heavily left-leaning. There is little political diversity in the upper echelon of f......

April 16, 2021

2.

Social Justice 101: Intro. to Cancel Culture

Understanding the illogical origin of cancel culture, we can more easily accept mistakes, flaws, and errors in history, and in ourselves, as part of our fallen nature....

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The Case for Colonialism

From the summer issue of Academic Questions, we reprint the controversial article, "The Case for Colonialism." ...