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As to the rest, I despair that this is a reversible condition. Here's why:
I'm a college professor in Information Technology. I came to it after being in the industry professionally for over 20 years, and a hobbyist since the mid-1970s.
Our students are now uniformly illiterate. I don't exaggerate: they cannot read, write, nor perform the most basic math. I've worked with students, watching them sound-out every word in the textbook.
Many read "Linux" and "Linksys" as the same word. They also read "table" and "tablet" as the same word.
They have no education whatsoever. Indeed, I once briefly explained the 10th Amendment to a student, had him stare at me, shocked, and he said:
"It actually says
To his credit, this was one of my brighter students who could read well enough to understand the 10th when I brought it up in his Web browser. He was utterly shocked.
We have raised a generation of true illiterate ignorami.
I suggest that it is impossible to reverse the trend toward tyranny when your populace is unaware that Constitutional protections ever existed. To them government is simply about passing laws that seem like a good idea. Rights don't even enter the conversation.