The telegram, delivered to his apartment the day after he moved away from Ann Arbor, was recovered 50 years later by an employee of a downtown Ann Arbor company in a filing cabinet bought from the University of Michigan.
This progressive utopian view of economics suggests the country can spend away on countless social-welfare programs simply by printing more money and ignoring deficits.
Enemies on both sides Larry Fink has acquired adversaries from both sides of the aisle..
Fink is now a professor at Oakland University in Rochester, a Detroit suburb that's about 45 miles northeast of Ann Arbor.
Larry Fink has drawn criticism for his comments on business practices, particularly stakeholder capitalism.
What might be is the notion pushed by the group that Fink represents corporate wokeism on steroids.
Description: Fink said the letter has brought back memories and made him reflect on his old connections.