Yale University President—and union buster extraordinaire—Richard Levin is stepping down after 20 years in power, er, office. His reign—sorry, “administration”—was longer than that of Deng Xiaoping, Slobodan Milošević, and Ríos Montt. Though not as long as Mayor Daley’s.
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