Phillip W. Magness

Historian – 19th century United States

On Madjunct Activists and Article Paywalls

| September 21, 2016

Jason Brennan and I recently published an article investigating the common claim that adjuncts are “exploited.” We use a combination of empirical evidence and ethical investigation into the use of this term, and conclude that the claim does not withstand scrutiny. The article was published in the Journal of Business Ethics and is now available on […]

Tax Season Tips for Adjunct Activists

| March 1, 2016

Income tax season will soon be upon us. Since the marginal tax dollar delivered to the government is typically deployed on horrible things like drone-bombing poor people in developing countries, it’s actually a bit of a moral calling to get the maximum refund you’re entitled to claim under the tax code. And since the adjunct activist […]