The brilliant Ron Unz, himself a Harvard alumnus, is spearheading a twofold campaign, pushing a slate of candidates to the Harvard Board of Overseers to (1) abolish tuition and (2) be more transparent about the admissions process, since it seems fairly obvious that Harvard is using a quota system. The proposal to abolish tuition may sound quixotic or even weird, but since tuition receipts are a tiny percentage of what Harvard earns from its endowment, it makes sense. Decide for yourself!
About the Guest
Ron Unz, a theoretical physicist by education and a successful software developer by profession, has been involved in many high-profile political causes over the years. In the 1994 California gubernatorial race he ran a spirited campaign against then-incumbent Pete Wilson for the Republican nomination. He operates the opinion site Unz.com.
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