midst of a rather disturbing conversation with some former coworkers, it was presented to me that my position of seeking a state of equitability for all Americans was, to their view, wrong. As they defined it to me, the terms equitability—and so equitable—presupposed what they referred to sneeringly as “equal outcomes.” I presented to them my own understanding of equitability, which they in turn rejected, viewing it still as defining some manner of “equal outcomes.” …
We are today in the midst of a political crisis, one in which the very foundations of our social institutions are at stake.
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If the Presidency of Donald Trump is coming to an end, we must contemplate the