This is the same magazine that once published an issue called “Against Trump” with a bunch of essays from NR writers on why Trump should not be the GOP nominee. Now the magazine has gone all-in on Trumpisim. I fully expect their next issue to be Against Suburanites With College Degrees. Of course there’s nothing wrong with pointing out that not every one needs (or is right for) a four year degree. There’s nothing wrong with highlighting/promoting vocational or technical training. But that’s not what this is. This is pure pandering to a small slice of the population. William F Buckley would be ashamed. Republicans/conservatives can reach out to the so-called “white working class” without sneering at everyone else who used to make up the Republican Party. In the 2018 mid-terms Republicans got wiped out in the suburbs. This issue of NR is basically saying screw you to anyone who has a degree and works in an office. I don’t know how Republicans think this will build a party for the future. If anything it seems like it’s destined to keep Democrats in control for generations to come. https://www.nationalreview.com/magazine/2019/08/12/ The American Worker: An Introduction By RICH LOWRY Our authors sketch out a pro-worker agenda, which begins with a greater appreciation of Americans who don’t have four-year college degrees. College Does Not Make You a Better Person By CHARLES C. W. COOKE A lesson the Democrats have lately forgotten. The Return to Serfdom By JOEL KOTKIN Our egalitarian capitalist progress is fading, dangerously. What Is the Purpose of High School? By RAMESH PONNURU To prepare students for adulthood, not necessarily for college The Case for More Occupational Training By ROBERT CHERRY And fewer degrees. How Republicans Can Appeal to the White Working Class By JAY COST Historically, it has alternated in its partisan leaning. Worker Skills to Pay the Bills By KEVIN D. WILLIAMSON Conference rooms and spreadsheets do not a good job make. The Trump Economy By ROBERT VERBRUGGEN There’s a lot for him to take credit for.