A Must Read Book for the Educated Class
Mark Suster

Criticising via the classing together of people as a group based on wealth/income does seem a popular trend. And it goes in both directions; here in the UK it’s popular to deride people with wealth, or who think a small state is better over all, as “heartless scum”, or imply their wealth has come about through some sort of illegal/immoral practices. Or (as I got yesterday) class someone as “liberal elite” just because of the county they live in.

Assuming someone from a background, an area (or of a gender, a skin colour, a religion) will be similar to others from the same arbitrary grouping is fairly ignorant; believing that being a member of another group means you are different and superior to those not in the group is plain wrong.

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