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Panel: "Are Universities Too Far Gone?"

Supporters Summit 2021 Panel “Are Universities Too Far Gone?”

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11/11/2021Sandra KleinPatrick NewmanKimberly Johnson

Recorded in St. Petersburg, Florida on October 22, 2021.

The weekend revolves around a discussion of strategy. Nearly 25 years ago, Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe delivered his famous "What Must Be Done" speech on the pressing topic of how—and whether—to engage the state. Today his prescription for a bottom-up ideological revolution beginning at the local level rings more true than ever. With Hoppe's admonitions in mind, all of our speakers and panels will consider three vital questions: Where are we? How Bad is it? And what should we do now?


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Contact Sandra Klein

Sandy Klein is an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business and a Fellow of the Mises Institute. She holds a PhD in economics from Auburn University, where she was a Mises Institute Resarch Fellow, and has taught at Auburn, the University of Georgia, the University of Missouri, and the Copenhagen Business School. Her work has appeared in the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, the Journal of Management Studies, Applied Economics Letters, and other outlets. 

Contact Patrick Newman

Patrick is Assistant Professor of Economics at Florida Southern College. He completed his PhD in the Department of Economics at George Mason University. He is a 2018 Mises Institute Research Fellow.

Kimberly Johnson

Dr. Kimberly Johnson is a Professor of Sociology at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania.

In 2000 Dr. Johnson obtained her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Texas with an emphasis in religion and a minor in statistics.  Currently, Dr. Johnson is conducting research on libertarianism and the treatment of women by the medical establishment during the birthing process.

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