There’s ignorance at all levels of the educational structure. The lower one is–that is, the less informed one is–the easier to exploit. This, however, does not mean that those at the top of the educational structure are not necessarily exploited as well. They are simply rewarded a little better yet exploited all the same. For nothing or no one escapes the invisible hand of capitalism. That said, we can assume that education has its limits. There is, for example, “the higher literacy.” Here, we discover the illiteracy not of those who were confined to the lowest track in school but of people who have actually obtained doctorates. This suggests that the difference between the ‘well educated’ and the ‘poorly educated’ are often little more than a matter of differing credentials.

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