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VERITA$: Everybody Loves Harvard (2011)

| Documentary, History
'The best and the brightest' is how Harvard University is described today. People all over the world admire Harvard. But Harvard is not just an Ivory Tower. It is an organ of American ... See full summary »

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'The best and the brightest' is how Harvard University is described today. People all over the world admire Harvard. But Harvard is not just an Ivory Tower. It is an organ of American ruling class. This documentary critically examines Harvard's historical role and its global impact. As a training ground for the elite, Harvard has maintained close ties with the U.S. government and provided crucial dimensions of state ideology, particularly during the Cold War. Including the Harvard Russia aid scandal which led the Russian economy into bankruptcy, the director exposes many unknown episodes in Harvard's history. The documentary questions what the real purpose of education should be. It contains interviews with many progressive American intellectuals including Prof. Noam Chomsky. Written by Anonymous

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