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The Best and the Brightest Redux
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Tyranny of the grinds:

The next administration will be a valedictocracy – rule by those who graduated first in their high school classes. If an enemy attacks the United States during a Harvard-Yale game, we’re in trouble.

A couple of days ago, someone asked me why I so disdain Harvard alumni. There are many, many reasons, mostly having to do with the belief that an aptitude for apple-polishing — i.e., eager participation in the whole “gifted”/honors/NMS/valedictorian rigamarole — does not represent genuine merit. Being a teacher’s pet and being smart are not the same thing.

Perhaps there should be a bumper sticker: “My Angry Populism Beat Up Your Arrogant Meritocracy And Stole Its Lunch Money.”

Robert Stacy McCain
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