Campaigning on Literacy
This is the fourth in a series about American History and the Ethics of Memory. This post originally appeared on February 9, 2016. It was a hotly contested presidential election, and the mudslinging was fierce. There were allegations of fiscal corruption, sexual impropriety, and—perhaps most damning of all—bad writing. The Democratic candidate, it was rumored, spelled Congress … Continue reading "Campaigning on Literacy"