The French Understand What Americans Don’t

Posted On Nov 19, 2021 By Addison Wiggin

French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer says the country’s schools will start offering ancient Greek and Latin classes to students in middle and vocational schools. He wants to make sure France’s youth “develop their culture” by reading works like the Odyssey or Antigone. It’s even better if they can read the texts as they were written. As Blanquer told The Times of London, ancient Greek and Latin are Europe’s “foremost link”… and “our first federating element.” In other words, he thinks a greater appreciation of their ancestral languages will strengthen European unity. Here in the United States, the Classics are being discarded as divisive and racist.

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