The New York Times reports today that there is a great American stagnation – a situation where between one-third (1/3) and one-half (1/2) of Americans, families and entire communities, have no hope of progress or a better future, and have had no such prospect for decades. This is the antithesis of the American Dream and the promise of the American way of life. Clearly there has never been a more critical need for legal and financial education, music and the arts in schools public and private, and access to higher education in general.
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