In defense of education

You might not agree with this column's political bent, but Stanley Crouch is right to blast away at anti-intellectualism in American life:

We should be ever suspicious of anyone or any group that scorns education, that pretends to believe that only the simple and the uncomplicated can express the national ethos.

In other words, being well-educated isn't a crime, even if you're running for president.

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