The Need for Dignity, on Land and at SeaStephen L. Carter
Feb. 19 (Bloomberg) -- My late father used to say that no quality of human life was more important than dignity. That wisdom came to mind the other night when I sat with my wife watching CNN as the exhausted passengers finally began debarking from the cruise ship Carnival Triumph.
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