You do what we have decided is best for you…

Part of Mark Hemingway’s column.

“When William F. Buckley Jr. — himself a well-off man — made his famous remark that he’d rather be governed by the first 2,000 names in the Boston phone book than the faculty at Harvard, this is what he was talking about. It’s not the wealth of the faculty that insulates them, but rather the sense of entitlement that comes with inhabiting an enclave where everybody thinks they’ve got the world figured out.”

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