Don't let robots truncate your headlines to fit the available space:
Yes, that's the entire image. Seems like that might hurt.
The article itself (in Vanity Fair) is a predicable hatchet-piece on a childishly easy target. Ask anyone who grew up with plenty of money about an employment or poverty-related issue and the odds of getting an answer that is tone-deaf, clueless and/or plain wrong are staggering. No bread? Eat cake instead! Yeah, no.
I don't think the Green New Deal's "iron rice bowl" plan is even remotely practical, nor do I think it would work any better here than Mao's version did in Red China, but the opinions of a child of third-generation wealth on this subject are not worth much -- not even to rant about in the press. I'm guessing Bess Levin takes candy from babies, too.
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