MORALITY, SCIENCE AND AMERICA AS A CIVILIZATION
Mahlon G. Kelly
mgk at darwin.clas.Virginia.EDU
Sat Mar 9 00:16:51 EST 1996
Bert Gold writes:
> This morning, reading terms like "blackmail" being used by Secretary
> of Health and Human Services* about the relations between the
> President and Congress, reinforces my apprehension about the
> world as a savage place. And the news this morning that
> F. Lee Bailey refused before a Florida court to surrender
> 'ill gotten gains' from a drug dealer which he received
> in payment for his defense, and as a result been imprisoned,
> proves to me that we are at a nadir of ethics, integrity
> and morality in the US.
> Truly the nation has lost its sanity, in the classic sense,
> our leaders do not know the difference between right and
> wrong. How can we free ourselves from this moral
> Actually, in retrospect, we may all find that Robert S. Macnamara
> is a kind of hero.
> That for us to secure our future, we must show him forgiveness
> for his (now admitted) mistakes.
> Bert Gold
> San Francisco
> * Science, article with pictures of Her in it, published March 1 or 2nd, 1996
> in Washington.
I may agree or disagree with you. But what the H... does this
have to do with biology?
Associate Professor (Emeritus)
University of Virginia
mgk at darwin.clas.virginia.edu
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