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How Town Hurts Gown

If Boston doesn?t do more to support higher ed, say goodbye to our position as America?s premier college city.

(Illustration by Katy Lemay)
By Tom Keane
June 8, 2008

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H igher education is Boston's golden goose, the linchpin of our high-tech, knowledge-based economy. It's a goose we often love to hate, kicking it around the barnyard when it annoys us and demanding things we wouldn't really ask of any other bird. And why not? It's not as if the goose is going anywhere, right? (Full article: 722 words)

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