Greed and Man at Yale

by Michael P. Riccards

Over a half century ago, a young William F. Buckley wrote a provocative book, “God and Man at Yale”—a very critical study of the forces of secularism and liberalism at his great alma mater. Today one could look at greed and man (and woman) at Yale as well, based on its new tuition and fee schedules. In fairness, most of the Ivies and near Ivies are insisting on charging over $40,000 for an undergraduate liberal arts education, often with classes taught in large sections or by teaching assistants, rather than by expensive full professors who teach three to six hours a week for 28 weeks a year.

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