God and Man at Harvard

I was going to blog about a good article in this month’s Atlantic called The Truth About Harvard but instead I highly reccomended printing out the Q and A with the author of that article in a piece titled God and Man at Harvard. Ross Douthat is a recent Harvard grad and talks about the social and academic realities of a Harvard education. “Elite meritocratic ennui may not be the most urgent social problem on the national agenda today, but in mapping its contours, Douthat makes an intriguing contribution to the ongoing conversation about the skills, ideals, and affiliations we choose to value most as a society.” It’s terrific and thought provoking.

If you need to be a subscriber, I’m happy to email you the full text. Just leave a comment.

10 Responses to God and Man at Harvard

  1. Scott Rosenberg says:

    Would love to see a copy of the Q&A.

  2. Cal says:

    I would also be interested in reading the Q&A…

  3. Chris Yeh says:

    What Scott said!

  4. Ben Casnocha says:

    I emailed you guys the article. Now, all of you, subscribe to the Atlantic!!

  5. Tom says:

    I’d be most appreciative if you would send the text from both articles. Thanks!!! Great site, btw.

  6. Chris says:

    Ben, I’d also love to have a copy of the two articles. Thanks for the offer!

  7. Michael Simmons says:

    Hey Ben,

    I’d love to read the full text.

    – Michael

  8. bb says:

    Would like to have a copy of the article and Q&A.


  9. Kyosti says:

    Copies would be great. Thanks in advance! K.

  10. Pete Berrer says:

    can u send one copy to me???


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