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The Great Migration

The Great Migration | David Brooks | Scoop.it
As the winners of our meritocracy hold the reins of progressive power, they may struggle to mitigate the inequality their own ascendance has helped produce.
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Brooks extends his thoughts about noth obama's side and the meritocracy  as how  both are falling into the same place but both have different impacts.

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When Families Fail

When Families Fail | David Brooks | Scoop.it
President Obama’s new prekindergarten initiative focuses on reform, as it should.
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this article forcuses on how children should get there skills going at a very early age before they even enter kindergarten.

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Other People’s Views

Other People’s Views | David Brooks | Scoop.it
When should you care about what your peers and friends think and when should you not?
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This article gets peoples attention by the way that David Brooks comes to extend his thoughts further into the subject.

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The Art of Presence

The Art of Presence | David Brooks | Scoop.it
One family’s trauma offers valuable lessons on how to comfort those in pain.
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David Brooks shares a story of a family that really proves his point to be very tragic. It really got my attention by how the art of presence is near many.

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How People Change

How People Change | David Brooks | Scoop.it
One father’s harsh e-mail prompts some thoughts on what it really takes to change behavior in others.
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David Brooks shows his thoughts towards this article and also tells us how we should all be there for those that need us everyday

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Started at the Bottom

Started at the Bottom | David Brooks | Scoop.it
Four Hispanic young people peel back the curtain into a different wiring of aspirations and loyalties than those held by the empirical kids I described in March.
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Brooks gives alot of opinions and rhetorical appeals to let the reader understand how many people have conquered their past to becaome successful later on in the future.

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Thinking for the Future

Thinking for the Future | David Brooks | Scoop.it
What modes of thought will be most valuable in a future economy defined by machine intelligence?
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This article consists in alot of details as well proves his point in alot of description. David Brooks tries to explain to other of how our own skills can be future to success.

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Mitch Albom: Why the Beatles are still the best

Mitch Albom: Why the Beatles are still the best | David Brooks | Scoop.it
Let me explain why the Beatles actually are worth commemorating. Let's start with this: Fifty years later, their music is still better than today's. If Katy Perry wants to argue, bring it on. If Lady Gaga takes exception, I'll raise it. If Justin Bieber wants to…
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I think that this article was very interesting and it really caught my attention on the argument he was stating about The Beatles still being the best .

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