Whatever Happened To Character
July 27, 2010
American colleges give preferences to minorities over achievers, businesses' top three hiring criterion are experience, pride and good looks. Notice what did not make the list honesty, diligence and humility, in other words character. Is Ben Stein correct when he writes that generally those laid-off in the current recession have either poor work habits or bad social skills? Without character, the prospects of war loom large and the potential of prevailing is about as good as the Congress passing a balanced budget. In this edition of Generations, Kevin and Dave discuss the loss of character and how to get it back.
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