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Boiling Points, Rubber Stamps And Expelled Students

"We have all along rejected a cold war mentality".

"We have all along rejected a cold war mentality".
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2 comments on “Boiling Points, Rubber Stamps And Expelled Students

  1. “Only around 3,000 will be affected, less than 10% of the more than 350,000 Chinese students studying in the US.”
    While 0.86% is indeed “less than 10%”, I suspect that either you intended to say “30,000 will be affected” or “less than 1%”. Of course, who cares about details or math?
    Perhaps the adverse effects of decreased foreign student enrollment on university finances and the (inflation adjusted) reduction in state support over the last few decades might be worth discussion. Just as the US has too many malls, perhaps the US also has too many state universities? (Private colleges and universities are closing every year and so this issue is resolving itself.) Or perhaps the states need to increase funding for public higher education?

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