Thursday, July 11, 2013
They Don’t Understand The Problem
I spent nine years in colleges and law schools. The most important lesson I learned was how little I knew after graduation and how much it was necessary to know if I was to become a productive American. I used to be shocked that those with an 8th grade education or even a high school education who had trouble keeping a job, who had no understanding of economics or politics, or for that matter any other important part of our lives, seemed to have become experts in every subject through some magic formula that I’ve never been able to find. Beware of the person who has simple answers to every problem. Their answers are simple because they don’t understand the problem.