Friday’s Reading List
By Taylor Marvin
The best links of the week:
Mitt Romney’s corporate idealism: Mitt Romney drove the creation of the modern, hyper-competitive economy.
Possibly related: “Zooey Deschanel’s character in The New Girl is probably the clearest example of this right now, as that entire show is based around how quirky and eccentric and, as a result, lovable, Zooey’s character is. Except she’s not so much ‘eccentric’ as much as she is ‘bad at being alive and functioning socially, in the present.'”
The Economist calls for generational warfare: “Another reason OWS may want to shift their focus is that the elderly (or at least the their most effective lobbby, the AARP) has declared war on them.”