Most recently, this so-called Washington consensus has come under attack from some of those associated with the Trump campaign and presidency. Most obvious, of course, are the views of the president himself. With striking consistency over the previous decades, he has expressed a worldview that is directly hostile to the idea of a .-led international order. 21 Many of these ideas have 19th century antecedents. 22 But, the emphasis on “America first” converged with new trends of nationalism in American political discourse to emerge on the right that, according to Iskander Rehman, contains elements of ethno-tribalism, millenarianism, decadentism and illiberalism. When confronted with a large and influential establishment — which is perceived to be particularly deeply entrenched on issues of foreign policy — the most influential apostles of this worldview, notably former White House advisor and strategist Steve Bannon, have expressed a firm desire “to bring everything crashing down.” 23
The economics program and the Investment Club hosted Mr. Jim Cramer of Mad Money. Mr. Cramer and his staff visited an Economics class before he enjoyed lunch in the Mess Hall with Economics Majors. Mr. Cramer filmed his show on the second floor of Cullum Hall and interviewed Alex Gorsky for one of the segments. Cadets participated in two of the show's segments. The lightning round, where about ten cadets asked quick questions, and individual stock pitches, where four cadets from the investment club successfully pitched well prepared ideas
Leon Eisenberg served on seemingly countless academic and other committees at Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Children's Hospital Boston. He was typically among the first thought and invited to such committees because of his breadth.
This paper introduces meaning therapy (MT) as a recent extension of Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy with several important new features, such as...