"From its beginning in Swift’s fiction to the humble French source of public pensions, the burden of old age has exploded. Stanley Druckenmiller, a well-known American investor and informed speculator, has embraced the entitlement dilemma with religious zeal. The wealthy Druckenmiller is sounding the clarion call of generational theft in his crusade on college campuses."
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Warnings from the Immortals
Gene Dattel in The New Criterion