The Triple Package–How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups in America: a reaction to the cries of racism from the critics. (a 420 Character 9 Line Poem)
Salt talk with wisdom–
a spice curiously missing
Amy Chua (Tiger Mom) and her husband
ID childhood environmental characteristics of successful data groups
(various cultures in a sliver of time) & posit the pillars of their success:
1) belief in one’s superiority; 2) insecurity & 3) impulse control.
Maybe, but “racist” is censorious* not salted.
*I’ve resolved not to censor ideas about groups, race, and ethnicity that have the potential to irritate. But this takes work; reading the book will help, I know. It’s on my library request list (I wasn’t sent an “advanced” copy.).
Ji Lee’s illustration from
What Drives Success?
By AMY CHUA and JED RUBENFELDJAN. 25, 2014