When Elizabeth Warren Agreed With Betsy DeVos
How a heterodox professor became a predictable candidate.
“An all-voucher system would be a shock to the educational system, but the shakeout might be just what the system needs,” Warren wrote in 2003.
New York Times Opinion
"The most important campaign news of the summer was Elizabeth Warren’s surge. Early in the year, her campaign was foundering. Now she is rising toward the top," writes
Sometimes I have an idea of something to write, but. then figure that enough other people will think of it soon that I won't bother to write it up. This is such a case
Good insights into the corrupting and dumbing effects of US political polarization. This is about Elizabeth Warren’s disturbing trajectory. But analogous points could be made about most other major American politicians, Dem or GOP.
Jerry Z. Muller
Recommended David Brooks' piece on Elizabeth Warren's evolution from heterodox intellectual to woke liberal ideology.
When Elizabeth Warren Agreed With Betsy DeVos By DAVID BROOKS How a heterodox professor became a predictable candidate.
The most important political move now is Warren’s surge. She’s achieved this not with some ephemeral debate moment gimmick, but by campaigning well and being relatable, substantive and, yes, likable.
Michael R. Strain
Must read: When Elizabeth Warren Agreed With Betsy DeVos