# In a recent New York Times column, David Brooks takes note of the increasing popularity of social entrepreneurship – but unfortunately frames it as a kind of naïve idealism, a path by which young people will avoid political participation and fail to...
The New York Times — still the paper of record — is hardly known for this phenomenon of "trolling," which involves writing an article tailor-made to provoke and lampoon a subset of one's readership. But today, nominally conservative... Read Post
Are social entrepreneurs too idealistic? David Brooks thinks so. In his recent Times column, he wrote that “young idealists” are, while “refreshingly uncynical,” also too naïve, and unaware about national and regional politics. # So... Read Post