Thursday, June 27, 2013

The future builds on the past

Austin American Statesman
By Kyle Longley
Arizona State University 

Recently, on a plane, I struck up a conversation with an engineer. During our chat, he highlighted how college students earning degrees in the humanities and social sciences should pay more for their degrees, basically mimicking Gov. Rick Scott of Florida.

Ironically, in an earlier part of the conversation he had asked me why the United States continued to make the same mistakes in the interventions in Vietnam and Iraq. I pointedly noted that it related to people not knowing their history.

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1 comment:

  1. Paul... Congratulations. Very attractive blog. I just ran across this a couple of days ago.

    "Study reveals humanities graduates' influence on Britain's economy"