Leave it (or maybe don’t) to Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet to offer an unsolicited take on the “Varsity Blues” college bribery scandal that’s reveal took the nation by storm yesterday morning.
Significantly covered as “that scandal involving TV actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin’s attempts to get their teens into prestigious universities illegally,” the expose’ has been the talk of both Hollywood and sociologists; the rich are rigging the system for a rigged system once again.
Now Mamet, who has worked significantly with Huffman and her husband, William H. Macy, on previous projects has come to the aid of his friends in an open letter released to the public earlier today. In it, he takes elite universities of all kinds to task for their legalized bribery techniques that often go under the radar. Do you agree with him? Read on to find out.
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