Someone is Wrong! (And Why You Don’t Need to Correct Them.)

Karen McKim — Judging by the conversations I read on social media, I’m not the only human who has an impulse, when I read a comment containing four true statements and one false, to respond only to the false one. We’ll be more successful in our political conversations if we let an occasional ignorant or illogical statement go free. Example: Suppose you support funding for … Continue reading Someone is Wrong! (And Why You Don’t Need to Correct Them.)

Franklin Roosevelt’s Contribution to Disability Rights

Ron Berger — Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945) is considered by many to be one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States, but he had to hide his polio-induced paralysis and use of a wheelchair lest the public think him too weak to be a national and world leader. During his public appearances, according to Daniel Holland, Roosevelt “worked hard to master … Continue reading Franklin Roosevelt’s Contribution to Disability Rights