Discussion in 'Education' started by SillyAmerican, Jul 28, 2016.
Competition breeds excellence.
Sure, competition has given us educated people who cannot figure out planned obsolescence in automobiles half-a-century after the Moon landing.
I asked a PhD economist from the University of Chicago to explain how an automobile engine worked. He couldn't do it.
So where is the data on the annual depreciation of automobiles since Sputnik? What is Net Domestic Product?
The competition produces people who can be manipulated.
It is really interesting that so many discussions do not use the word
I guess that is not supposed to matter students.
An imperialistic culture needs pawns not people deciding upon and serving their own interests.
Sooner or later some wannabe pseudo-Marxist always chimes in...
Are people who do not advocate mandatory accounting in the schools pseudo-capitalists.
Wouldn't everyone understanding finance enhance competition?
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