Thomas Jefferson was fond of the phrase, “knowledge is power.” But it turns out that the two don’t always go hand in hand. “When the Harvard-educated John F. Kennedy narrowly won the presidency in 1960, he won white voters without a degree but lost white college graduates by a two-to-one margin. The numbers were almost exactly reversed for Mr. Biden, who lost white voters without a degree by a two-to-one margin while winning white college graduates.” NYT: How Educational Differences Are Widening America’s Political Rift. (Gift article for ND readers.)