The War on Normal People: Summary and Review

The War on Normal People

The War on Normal People: The Truth About America's Disappearing Jobs and Why Universal Basic Income Is Our Future by Andrew Yang

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The War on Normal People


Andrew Yang summarizes the social and political consequences of the accelerating productivity fragmentation between jobs above and below the API.

Andrew Yang’s interview with Joe Rogan is a good summary of the ideas he developed in this book.

Jobs below the API

Replacing Middle Management with APIs

College admissions are becoming more competitive and college itself is becoming more expensive, so young people are taking fewer risks and becoming less innovative.

The SAT came into its own during World War II as a way to identify smart kids and keep them from going to the front lines. Now, every year is wartime.

Increasingly Competitive College Admissions: Much More Than You Wanted To Know

Related: Average is Over

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