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Henderson versus Caplan on Responding to Bored Students

(January 31, 2018 03:21 PM, by David Henderson) In his interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, co-blogger Bryan Caplan stated: In order to make my subject relevant, I would actually have to learn a lot about the occupations the students are doing and just teach, really, a... (0 COMMENTS)
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