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It will also ill-equip the children of Kansas to live in the modern world.
Their nostalgia for a time when a family could achieve middle-class security with little education and a lifelong factory job has led them to propose policies that would ill-equip us for the future.
I think it makes the person writing the email look very unprofessional and ill-equip to manage issues and, for that matter, people.