THINK FOR YOURSELF

Think for Yourself at Phelps

THINK FOR YOURSELF

When the boy goes home for break, he is aware that he sees things differently than his old friends. It’s not that he’s better than them.
But that kid they mock at the mall? He reminds him of a boy from his Economics class. That young waitress they hassle? She’s clearly nervous. He could go along to get along. But he won’t.
Inside and outside the classroom, the boy thinks for himself now. Like the Nash equilibrium, it’s what Phelps taught him.
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