Twilight of the Elites
Christopher Hayes contends that Americans distrust of once respected institutions is due to the failures of our leaders and their social and economic distance from the rest of the population. At this Harvard Book Store event, Mr. Hayes talked about how the natural devolution of a meritocracy has occurred in American society. Christopher Hayes responded to questions from members of the audience at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts. close
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