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Think Progress

7 Criticisms Of Affirmative Action That Have Been Thoroughly Disproved

By Casey Quinlan — December 11, 2015

During the Intelligence Squared debate last week, Roger Clegg, president and general counsel for the Center for Equal Opportunity, argued that a diverse campus and the interracial conversations that could… more

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Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Ahead of Fisher Showdown, Experts Defend Affirmative Action

By Autumn A. Arnett — December 08, 2015

As the Supreme Court of the United States again prepares to consider arguments in Fisher v. The University of Texas at Austin today, the arguments will be presented amid a… more

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QE Quarterback: Fed Sees 'Through Wall Street's Eyes'

By Javier E. David — November 28, 2015

This month marks the seventh anniversary of the Federal Reserve's first round of quantitative easing — the program that more than quadrupled the central bank's balance sheet, sparking a debate… more

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The Street

The Fed's QE Program Has Been Great for Banks, But Maybe Not for Your Wallet

By Emily Stewart — November 19, 2015

Quantitative easing has been good for Wall Street, but has it done anything for the average American? It's debatable. At an event this week in New York hosted by Intelligence… more

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The Street

If Central Banks Print More Money, Will It Lead to Economic Prosperity?

By Emily Stewart — November 18, 2015

While most agree that the U.S. narrowly avoided a second Great Depression, how that happened isn't agreed upon. In fact, whether QE works at all is an open question, one… more

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