Elizabeth Warren’s Classroom Strategy

A lifelong teacher, she’s the most professorial presidential candidate ever. But does America want to be taught?

The Cut
The Cut
Aug 7 · 28 min read
Elizabeth Warren teaches a class at University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, early 1990s. Photo: Leif Skoogfors/Corbis via Getty Images

By Rebecca Traister

The story of Elizabeth Warren’s career in education — at least in legal education — begins with one word: assumpsit. It is literally the first word of the first case…

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