America’s elite — that is, the 30% of adults with at least a college degree — enjoy one very particular privilege that enhances their life and nearly guarantees their success. And too many of them refuse to share it.
The privilege isn’t a college education. That merely correlates with what really matters.
And the greatest privilege isn’t material wealth. That sure makes life easier, but wealth mostly correlates with the real privilege I’m referring to.
America’s elite have a secret weapon that steers them and their children away from drugs, early death, violence, dropping out of high school, dropping out of the labor force, and so many other modern social ills. It’s called the traditional family: A married couple raising their children at home.