Harvard is now one of the world’s largest hedge-funds, with its $38 BILLION portfolio tax-exempt because of the college it runs as a charity off to one side.
The university’s annual investment income is twenty-five times larger than its net tuition revenue.
Meanwhile, thousands of student families are forced to spend most of their life-savings on $180,000 of total tuition, while relatively few non-affluent students even bother applying.
Paying tuition to a giant hedge-fund is unconscionable, and Harvard should immediately abolish all college tuition.
Pulitzer Prize Winner Daniel Golden has documented the corrupt admissions practices at Harvard and other elite universities, which favor the wealthy and the powerful over more able students from ordinary American families.
A nation that selects its elites by corrupt means will produce corrupt elites.
There is also strong evidence that Harvard has a system of “Asian Quotas” just like the “Jewish Quotas” of the 1920s.
Racial discrimination against Asian-American students has no place at Harvard University.
Harvard administrators and other critics of our campaign have opposed our effort by making some claims that just aren’t correct.
For example, they say that Harvard can’t possibly eliminate tuition and that we’re secretly trying to eliminate Affirmative Action.
Get our side of the story and decide for yourselves.
Led by Ralph Nader and Ron Unz, our Free Harvard/Fair Harvard slate of candidates is running for the Harvard Board of Overseers on a platform that Harvard should abolish college tuition and greatly increase the transparency and fairness of the admissions process.
This Spring over 320,000 holders of Harvard degrees will select their Overseers, and if our reform slate of candidates wins that referendum, we believe the university administration will be under enormous pressure to follow the expressed will of the Harvard community by abolishing tuition and increasing the fairness of the admissions process.
If you support us, together we can change Harvard, and many other leading American universities may soon follow.
The most important thing all of you can do is spread the word—on social media, in alumni organizations and on university campuses.
If enough Harvard alumni discover the facts about the enormous income from the existing endowment and the evidence of unfair admissions decisions, we will probably win, and other elite universities will follow Harvard’s lead.
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