A British Prime Minister’s Failed Policies Are a Gold Mine for His Son

Theodore Dalrymple criticizes the modern obsession with tertiary education while picking on ol’ Tony Blair over at The Epoch Times.

The policy of extending tertiary education, especially in fields of little vocational value, was not without its hazards. It risked creating a class of malcontents who felt, not without reason, that they had been cheated, and felt they had the right by virtue of their education to a prominent role in society.

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