It is one thing to expose people for their donations...and quite another to show that such donations resulted in the hiring of unworthy teachers and researchers. The UnKochMyCampus movement has been big news lately, mostly because old Koch Foundation's agreements with George Mason University were disclosed. Don Boudreaux has written a forceful note on the subject. Don basically asks the Kochs' challengers to measure their allegations against the benchmark of academic standards. This is a sensible request: it is one thing to expose people for their donations (wait a minute, didn't we want rich people to donate to universities?), and quite another to prove that such donations resulted in the hiring of
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