Elitism

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Elitism Meaning and Definition from WordNet (r) 2.0
    elitism n : the attitude that society should be governed by an elite group of individuals
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  • George Osborne: Michael Gove's Eton remarks were about social mobility
    Chancellor defends education secretary's views about elitism at No 10, saying he was talking about improving state education Michael Gove's statement last week that there are a "ridiculous" number of old Etonians in Downing Street was a comment on social mobility in the UK, George Osborne said on Sunday. The chancellor gave a partial defence of G Read more on this news related to 'Elitism'
  • UK's lack of social mobility is due to entrenched elitism, says Alan Milburn
    Government's social mobility adviser says problems of inequality are 'decades in the making' and cannot be blamed on one party A shocking lack of social mobility in the UK is the consequence of decades of entrenched elitism and likely to worsen because of a breakdown in the link between economic growth and the wages of most workers, Alan Milburn, the g Read more on this news related to 'Elitism'
  • My problem with grammar snobs | Bronwen Clune
    Bronwen Clune: Is it right to shut people down and exclude them from public debate because of their lack of understanding of the rules of grammar? I think not. Grammatical elitism helps no one Bronwen Clune Read more on this news related to 'Elitism'

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