Quick Look: The Higher Education Monopoly is Crumbling As We Speak

| March 22, 2012 | 0 Comments
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In the last years of the nineteenth century, Charles Dow created an index of 12 leading industrial companies. Almost none of them exist today. While General Electric remains an industrial giant, the U.S. Leather Company, American Cotton Oil, and others have long since disappeared into bankruptcy or consolidation.

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