The fact that we seem so fixated on events decades past is its own dire signal -- of the way that America's Mandarin class is starting to think about college education not merely as the basic credential required for many of the best-paying jobs, but also the basic credential required for being a worthy, capable person. This is not merely untrue, but also a giant middle finger raised to the majority of upstanding American citizens who also didn't graduate from college.I'm one of those citizens, and I've experienced far too much dismissal simply because I didn't have that credential. Thank you, Megan.
Friday, February 13, 2015
The giant middle finger...
The giant middle finger... Megan McArdle, in a recent post about the irrelevance of Scott Walker's dropping out of college, said this: