In today’s Pope Center piece, I write about last week’s Liberty Forum sponsored by the Atlas Economic Research Foundation — specifically the panel I participated in. The subject was the prospects for advocates of liberty to take advantage of the impending revolution in higher education. I think that opportunities abound. The old system was mostly colonized by advocates of statism long ago. In the new world of higher education, there will be far more of a market where the quality of the offerings matters, rather than moldy old considerations of accreditation and credentials.