segunda-feira, abril 29, 2013

Affirmative action in Brazil: Slavery's legacy | The Economist

Let me ask you something ... Once in Brazil, in 20 years, the editors of The Economist, needing a cardiovascular surgery emergency will prefer a doctor trained in traditional teaching or other, with the support of the quota system? Remember ... Politically correct leftist policies are trendy, but are actually very convenient for governments to ignore their basic task, to invest in a quality basic education. It is much cheaper to distribute crumbs to build a solid building. Welcome to Brazil, the country of the future, in which their governors, legislators, lawyers, prosecutors, law enforcement officers and teachers are committed to providing more fun than bread ...
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