T. A. Frank, David Freedlander,

Dodd in the Quad

cademic achievement in college doesnt necessarily correlate with success in the Oval Office. FDR, for example, was an indifferent student, while Nixon was a brilliant one. But recent history also suggests that a candidate who was a left-leaning Rhodes Scholar in college might make a better president than a candidate who was a right-wing bozo… Read more »