. . . from my favorite leftist, Camille Paglia. She calls for the "sweeping revalorization of the trades." I'm not sure what trades will prepare practitioners for the balance of this century, or what the century requires. But she's got the right idea on the deepening uselessness of a college education over the past few decades, arising largely from meaningless "post-structuralist" rubbish in the liberal arts and the neglected cultivation of habits of thought in those costly four-year nurseries. Only take you a minute to read.