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  • That isn't as catchy as offering seven easy steps toward becoming a millionaire or billionaire without a college degree that's the number in Mr. Ellsberg's book, but it is true.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • Arguments like Mr. Ellsberg's might simply be dismissed as silly, but these days they are, unhappily, more likely than ever to foster the spread of misinformation and to be used as the basis for terrible public policy proposals.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • It's hard to know where to begin in responding to these contentions -- that tends to be the case when contentions are based on no evidence -- but I want at least to draw attention to Mr. Ellsberg's arguments about creativity, which he appears to believe is an inherent quality that is only diminished by excessive amounts of classroom time.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • Arguments like Mr. Ellsberg's might simply be dismissed as silly, but these days they are, unhappily, more likely than ever to foster the spread of misinformation and to be used as the basis for terrible public policy proposals.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • It's hard to know where to begin in responding to these contentions -- that tends to be the case when contentions are based on no evidence -- but I want at least to draw attention to Mr. Ellsberg's arguments about creativity, which he appears to believe is an inherent quality that is only diminished by excessive amounts of classroom time.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • That isn't as catchy as offering seven easy steps toward becoming a millionaire or billionaire without a college degree that's the number in Mr. Ellsberg's book, but it is true.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • It's hard to know where to begin in responding to these contentions -- that tends to be the case when contentions are based on no evidence -- but I want at least to draw attention to Mr. Ellsberg's arguments about creativity, which he appears to believe is an inherent quality that is only diminished by excessive amounts of classroom time.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • The judge threw out the case after agents of the White House broke into the office of Ellsberg's psychiatrist to steal records in hopes of discrediting him, and after it surfaced that Ellsberg's phone had been tapped illegally.

    40 years after leak, Pentagon Papers released

  • Arguments like Mr. Ellsberg's might simply be dismissed as silly, but these days they are, unhappily, more likely than ever to foster the spread of misinformation and to be used as the basis for terrible public policy proposals.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

  • That isn't as catchy as offering seven easy steps toward becoming a millionaire or billionaire without a college degree that's the number in Mr. Ellsberg's book, but it is true.

    Brian Rosenberg: Will Dropouts Save America? No.

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