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Bill Scher, RealClearPolitics
The New York Times’ David Brooks received a heap of scorn after he bolstered a column — about how the “college-educated class” is “ruining America” by making it hard for “the children of other classes … to join their ranks” — with an odd lunch anecdote. Brooks sheepishly recounted the time he “insensitively” brought a friend “with only a high school degree” to a fancy Italian sandwich shop, where the friend quickly became uncomfortable with the menu of unfamiliar cured meats.