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Varsity Blues

Most of us are taught and believe that we live in a society based on merit and equal justice. The Varsity Blues college admissions scandal informs us that neither are true. The rich and privileged can buy access for their kids at the expense of families who are hard-working and honest. Is the idea of merit dead?

CrossTalking with Lionel, Remington A. Gregg, and Richard Vedder.

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