Those totally brainwashed millionaire wolf degenerates devastated PhD academic honor.
Perhaps you could get some help from Professor Bermott?
Or by looking closely at some Aegean hedge scans?
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the text can be anagrammed to form both a well-known quote and a leftover phrase that answers the question posed in the title.
From Hint 1,
we know that we are looking for ROBERT FROST POEMS, which is an anagram of the italicized phrase.
I believe then that what we're looking at is
an anagrammed version of the last three lines of the last stanza of Frost's well-known poem Road Not Taken (the remaining letters are tacked on at the end):
TWO ROADS DIVERGED IN A WOOD, AND I
I TOOK THE ONE LESS TRAVELED BY
AND THAT HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
(Hint 2 actually leads us to this conclusion, since the italicized phrase anagrams to AGES AND AGES HENCE, which appears in the line directly before these three.)
The remaining letters
anagrams to CAPITALISM ENDS, which I guess could resolve the situation between the kids and the millionaires, but that's a rabbit hole I'm not willing to go down.
The OP also stated in the comments that the poem tangentially relates to the final answer. I interpreted that as referring to how Frost wrote about issues regarding the rise of industrialism, but it turns out it was even more of a stretch than that - the remaining letters can also anagram to SEND CAPITALISM (one of my initial guesses), which makes two "diverging roads" with regards to how to solve the issue presented in the problem.