by Christopher Paslay
The New York Times is seeking to publish college application essays that focus on corporate corruption, class warfare, and the guilt associated with financial success.
The New York Times is the only newspaper I know of that runs a “business” column not about how to get ahead economically but about how to indoctrinate kids to feel guilty about being financially successful. At least that’s the theme of Ron Lieber’s recent article, “An Invitation for High School Seniors to Write About Finances,” which calls for seniors to submit their college application essays that focus on finance to the New York Times for possible publication.
How do high school seniors write exemplary essays about “finances,” exactly? One way is by concentrating their writing on corporate thugs like Bernie Madoff. Lieber states in his article:
At Pitzer College, a student used the example of the Ponzi…
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