Over on the main site, Neal Freeman reports on Princeton University’s $100 million settlement after the Ivy League school was charged with using funds in ways contrary to donor intent. It’s the biggest case of its kind and a subject of interest to many conservative alumni who are tired of having liberal administrators misspend their donations. We’ve also launched a series of articles by some of the country’s leading economic minds on providing relief from the financial crisis — and the various ways in which our federal government has instead made that crisis worse. The first installment, by former FDIC chairman William Isaac, is up, along with editor-in-chief R. Emmett Tyrrell’s introduction.
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