Another Degree-less Individual Makes Good

George Leef

In today's Pope Center piece, Joe Bast, president of the Heartland Institute, writes about his unusual experience with the University of Chicago. Lots of courses and lots of learning, but no degree. Fortunately, he got into a field where the lack of college credential did not bar him from working with the skills and knowledge he had -- the think tank world.

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