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Feature Article by Paul Rosenberg
I'll begin this post by admitting that I have an affinity for "declarations" and even for "manifestos." Whether they be particularly good or bad, the people writing such things have invested more passion in these documents than most people have ever invested in anything. By itself, I think that's worthy of respect. Right or wrong, the people who write such things are actively living… they are energetically engaging with herculean issues.
This world would be a lot farther along if more people had the courage and drive to do such things. It takes a lot of guts to write and publish a manifesto.
I further admit that I'm an ardent and long-time admirer of Thomas Jefferson.
And so, today I'm editing Jefferson's Declaration on Independence. I'm really changing only one aspect of it, though it's a significant aspect: I'm taking out the politics. And that, interestingly enough, leaves us with a document that revolves around mor
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