Dear Mark Zuckerberg
Susan Lyne

It is very disturbing that you, Ms Lyne, ask an individual — unelected, likely as biased as any other of us might be, unquestionably isolated by personal action from the factors of existence decried by many, clearly at the very end of wealth inequality, and evidently as desirous as some others to exploit recent political strife for personal benefit — to effect the social changes you imply as beneficial or desirable. That you ask that individual “…to make us smarter (sic)…” either reflects the sloppy rhetoric that currently permeates social and political discourse or a frightening attribution of power to one technocrat.

Pease. do not ask or expect Zuckerberg to make the changes that you opine are beneficial; make them yourself, please. They are easily effected.

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