As students head to college this time of year, many hope to change the world, and they might look up to elites and philanthropists who’ve donated millions of dollars to their schools. But these philanthropists not only put mere band-aids over a broken system, they’re why the system’s broken in the first place. That’s the argument in the new book, “Winners Take All.”
When elites lead social change, who wins?
From this Episode:
Why Florida's race for governor will be a national one
Some interesting primary elections from Tuesday night could foreshadow the November midterm elections. In Florida, Andrew Gillum won the Democratic nomination in a stunning...
How we bought into the idea that global elites are the ones to solve social woes
Students are heading off to college this time of year. Many hope to change the world, and they might look up to elites and philanthropists who’ve donated millions of dollars...
Wyoming might allow grizzly bear hunting
A federal judge on Thursday will decide the fate of 22 grizzly bears living in Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park. If the judge gives the go-ahead, grizzlies will be...