Friedman On Coddled American Kids: 'Stress Will Be Not Understanding Thick Chinese Accent of Your First Boss'


<p>On<em> Morning Joe</em>, discussing the way American kids are falling behind children in other countries on academic achievement scores, and describing how they are coddled, giving trophies for non-existent achievement and protected from stress, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman says: "stress will be not understanding the thick Chinese accent of your first boss.&nbsp; That will be stress."</p>

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