And in 2007 the top 10 liberal arts colleges in Average Salary for Full Professor were?
... My classes on radical economics presented the neo-Marxist view that large corporations dominated the economic landscape: oppressing workers, brainwashing consumers through advertising to keep them enslaved ...
... I teach them ... to repudiate the false god of money and the prevailing economic religion of the market.
1. Wellesley College $130,800Repudiate that professor!
2. Pomona College $127,200
3. Amherst College $125,900
Victor Davis Hanson has some fitting words:
What is strange about all this chic-radicalism is how would-be revolutionaries that wish to dismantle America as we know it and/or emulate failed systems abroad, always do so from comfort, security, affluence, and freedom of choice unique to America and Europe, suggesting that radical politics and those who agitate for them are sort of a fashion statement, aimed to resonate among particular elite leftist audiences and to bring dividends from them, but not to be taken too seriously as guides in their own lives.