"People who might once have been public figures, deeply invested in their work, are instead busy serving their children."
Is there any factual basis for such a statement? It's an interesting assertion but only that -- an assertion with no facts behind.
And since the assertion is the core of his argument, I am a bit perplexed.
Moreover, THE most pressing global questions -- raising up the poor while we create sustainable economies -- seems to be unanswered. So while Mr. Stewart says we are paying too much attention to our heirs we don't seem to be doing a very good job at it. And that is the most important issue.