Contrary to what the news media, academics, and the “cosmopolitan” Left imply, the average American youngster is not doing his thing on a university campus. By 1985, it is estimated, only 14 percent of America’s population will be graduates of four-year colleges. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that, in 1968, 65.4 percent of our high school graduates sought employment upon graduating and did not enter college. We are talking about the single largest proportion of our youth, yet in-depth studies of their psychological, social, economic, and political problems are hardly available.
Given the Administration’s campaign to wrest working-class votes from the Democrats and the latter’s natural inclina...
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