The Corner


Today in the Wall Street Journal, Alan Reynolds replies to the New York Times, which, in its annual only-too-obvious-bid-for-a-Pulitzer, has begun ponderously unrolling a thumbsucker of a piece on class. “Recent ‘news’ reports implying it has become more difficult for young Americans to live better than their parents,” writes Reynolds, “fail to identify any genuine problem. And they suffer from one added handicap: They are demonstrably untrue.”


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