Twitter was angry with me after my Tucker Carlson interview. The most common accusation was roughly, "Of course Fox News loves The Case Against Education. Undermining education is a plot to help the Republicans by spreading ignorance." I could take umbrage, but I see where the accusers are coming from. In the last election, the education gap between Trump supporters and opponents was indeed enormous. Trump - or at least his public persona - is proudly ignorant. Wouldn't it help Trump's successors if education levels fell?I doubt it. While it's possible that Trump has sparked an historic party realignment, the safe bet says that (a) Trump is an outlier, and (b) we'll return to the long-run trend.
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