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The American Spectator recently turned attention to a Pope Center event in Charlotte focusing on the importance of the “Great Books.” The Pope Center’s George Leef also earned a spot in a recent edition of The Hawaii Reporter for his discussion of a U.S. Supreme Court decision’s impact on the demand for college credentials. A piece on also cited Leef for his discussion of the American Bar Association’s efforts to inflate legal fees by restricting the overall number of attorneys.

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