I always laugh when I see a statement like that at the very same time as the article is pointing…
Gary Hewett

You leave a couple of important things unsaid Gary, that perhaps don’t interest you but should interest those who value functioning societies.
1) your celebration of entrepreneurialism is the recipe for social immobility we see in many Western economies today. Turns out a privately educated, extensively networked individual with easy access to family finance finds it easier to deploy the “entrepreneurialist spirit” than does an unemployed blue collar worker with little social or financial capital.
2) what you call “chaff” can lead to rather severe outcomes like revolution and world war, as it has in the past, and so merits I think some greater consideration.

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