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 Post subject: After the Ivory Tower Falls - David S. Cantu
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Summary Of After The Ivory Tower Falls: How College Broke the American Dream and Blew Up Our Politics and How to Fix It By Will Bunch
m4b | 314.53 MB | English | Isbn:‎ B0B8T5RCT3 | Author: David S. Cantu | Year: 2022
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This is not a book by Will Bunch. It is an independent publication by David S. Cantu that aims to summarize the main book.

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From Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Will Bunch, the epic untold story of college-the great political and cultural fault line of American life
"This book is simply terrific." -Heather Cox Richardson, publisher of the "Letters from an American" Substack
"A must-read." -Nancy MacLean, author of Demacy in Chains
Today there are two Americas, separate and unequal, one educated and one not. And these two tribes-the resentful "non-college" crowd and their diploma-bearing yet increasingly disillusioned adversaries-seem on the brink of a civil war. The strongest determinant of whether a voter was likely to support Donald Trump in 2016 was whether or not they attended college, and the degree of loathing they reported feeling toward the so-called "knowledge economy of clustered, educated elites. Somewhere in the winding last half-century of the United States, the quest for a college diploma devolved from being proof of America's commitment to learning, science, and social mobility into a kind of Hunger Games contest to the death. That quest has infuriated both the millions who got shut out and millions who got into deep debt to stay afloat.
In After the Ivory Tower Falls, award-winning journalist Will Bunch embarks on a deeply reported journey to the heart of the American Dream. That journey begins in Gambier, Ohio, home to affluent, liberal Kenyon College, a tiny speck of Dematic blue amidst the vast red swath of white, post-industrial, rural midwestern America. To understand "the college question," there is no better entry point than Gambier, where a world-class institution caters to elite students amidst a sea of economic despair.
From there, Bunch traces the history of college in the U.S., beginning with the first technical schools, through the landmark GI Bill, and the culture wars of the 60's and 70's, which found their start on college campuses. We see how resentment of college-educated elites morphed into a rejection of knowledge itself-and how the explosion in student loan debt fueled major social movements like Occupy Wall Street. Bunch then takes a question we need to ask all over again-what, and who, is college even for?-and pushes it into the 21st century by proposing a new model that works for all Americans.
The sum total is a stunning work of journalism, one that lays bare the root of our political, cultural, and economic division-and charts a path forward for America.


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