FSU Whores Out Its Econ Department To Billionaire Activist Koch Brothers
Basic values like "academic integrity" and "common decency" usually lead universities to accept big donations only under strict guidelines: namely, that the benefactors trust the school to use the money without meddling.
The Econ department signed off on the unusual deal in 2008, but most hadn't heard about it until this morning when the St. Pete Times dug into the mucky details behind the donation.
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