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This "Long Run" Won't Be Long Enough

Submitted by Robert Gore via StraightLineLogic.com, The people running the world’s businesses and governments mostly come from elite business and law schools. Graduates emerge from these programs with well-honed skills in verbalization, public presentation, image management, and strategic conformity, and with a hubristic belief that they are qualified, even entitled, to run large and important institutions.
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