One of my favorite blogs, both for its balance and for its focus on important facts and issues, is that of the Conversable Economist, written by Timothy Taylor, the managing editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives. I would have written my note below as a comment on his recent post on spending on higher ed, but his post does not accept comments. Tim starts by writing:"Everyone" knows that the future of the US economy depends on a well-educated workforce, and on a growing share of students achieving higher levels of education.I know Timothy a little, mainly through email and partly by having attended a 3-day conference in Montana with him in 1985. In other words, I don't know him well enough to
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