Feed on

After all, they promote the ideological fantasy that unicorns and other neat creatures do not exist.  I very much look forward to the movement turning its attention to the public health classes, education classes, anthro/sociology classes, and the like. Gosh Mr. Mankiw, don’t you know better than to not offer “two-sides” to the story that demand curves slope down, that price controls inflict harm, and that planners are not omniscient. What’s wrong with you man!!!!

UPDATE: the quote of the day, “Premeds don’t grumble that Life Science 1a does not qualify them to practice medicine; Ec 10 students should understand that the class will not equip them to fully understand the vast complexities of economic policy”

5 Responses to “Occupy the Childrens’ Museums!”

  1. jb says:

    The only bias made apparent by this open letter is the anti-intellectual bias at Harvard, nicely puncuated by the act of walking out of Dr. Mankiw’s class.

  2. mark says:

    i can’t understand or stand this crap at all. they are wasting so much time huffing and puffing and making symbolic gestures that won’t help anyone. they are wasting time and money sitting there demanding that people point guns at other people and take stuff. Why don’t they stick it to the system and provide their own services for others? at least defy the system and provide meals and living quarters for the unemployed/debtors/downtrodden/etc… no, they have to sit there and demand other people to do it with other people’s money….typical

  3. Harry says:

    What a great excuse for cutting class and feeling good about one’s pure motives. Bet that class is a morning class. If they actually got to class and then walked out, I bet they did not go to a carrel in the chemistry library to catch up on their reading.

  4. Totally unrelated, I have a great recipe for a Chinese tofu dish I’ll send you later.

  5. Michael says:

    I don’t even think the bachelors degree in econ by itself equiped me “to fully understand the vast complexities of economic policy.” It’s amazing how much I’ve learned in the last year of graduate school and since then by reading lots of articles.

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