The current issue of The Atlantic has a lengthy essay about “Davos Man”: that is, the new class of super-rich elite who are, we are told, more meritocratic and philanthropic than their predecessors, but also more likely to concentrate those philanthropic efforts elsewhere, who care little for America’s domestic troubles.  There’s some interesting reaction pieces, too.  The whole thing got me thinking about my own experiences rubbing shoulders with elites, particularly as, in.. Read More