Jun

13

James MadisonJames Madison's greatest fears were that future generations of American would allow faction to control politics and allow the law to create artificial monopolies. He would have been truly horrified that, in the name of the public good, states have imposed not only compulsory education but also compulsory licensing on the citizenry.

The result has been, as he would have predicted, that resumes have steadily inflated even as actual skills– the ability to read and write sentences, for example, has steadily declined. Public "Education"–the kind that the professional schoolies like the NEA have inflicted on the nation– has been the greatest bubble of them all.


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