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Why This Man Thinks Higher Education Leads to Conformism, Not Innovation

The 1880’s to 1960’s was the longest and most productive period of American innovation to date with things like cars, planes and space exploration. Silicon Valley aside, the rate of innovation has decreased since the 1960’s, while unemployment and poverty levels have gone up. Forbes writer and Thiel Foundation Vice President Mike Gibson joins us to talk about the state of American innovation.

Why This Man Thinks Higher Education Leads to Conformism, Not Innovation

The 1880’s to 1960’s was the longest and most productive period of American innovation to date with things like cars, planes and space exploration. Silicon Valley aside, the rate of innovation has decreased since the 1960’s, while unemployment and poverty levels have gone up. Forbes writer and Thiel Foundation Vice President Mike Gibson joins us to talk about the state of American innovation.

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