I was born in 1962 and in secondary school some of our teachers were ‘anti-money’. This was then very modern.
In the school’s cellar, pupils smoked enormous amounts of pot, so it is a small miracle that anyone managed to graduate.
It was also very modern to give pupils ‘a say’.
It wasn’t at all advisable to ‘go into business’.
One of my history teachers was a Marxist. That was also very modern then.
I suspect that those former left-wing teachers are now getting worried about their mortgage and pension.
Yet, Arnold Jansen op de Haar knows everything about credit limits, so you don’t want to miss his column.