Instead, he got a bust. After having bragged last week that more than 1 million people had signed up to see him, Trump found that he couldn't fill a 19,seat arena in a state he won by 36 percentage points on a night that his aides had promoted as a major show of his strength. The sparse crowd in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was more than just a humiliation for Trump. It weakened a key argument of his re-election narrative. To explain how he might be able to win despite poor polling numbers — and amid national crises — he has posited that a "silent majority" of Americans backs him. But the poor turnout suggests just the opposite — that enthusiasm for him is weaker than it appears.
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A Harvard Business School professor recently predicted that up to half of all American colleges and universities will go bankrupt in the next ten to 15 years. While this may be a worst-case scenario, universities have for years been offering an increasingly inferior product at unsustainably high prices to an ever-more skeptical group of prospective students. Many institutions below the top tier are scrambling to respond to the collapse of the higher-education bubble by jettisoning the liberal arts and pumping up the practical ones: health care, computer science, business, and other technical fields that promise to yield jobs immediately after graduation.