“Danger” / Memorable Fancies #826

     I planned to write a firm and alarming op-ed on the dangers of illiteracy. One public official I interviewed agreed with me that widespread illiteracy is a threat to the republic and the flag for which it stands, but he added that widespread literacy was an even greater threat.

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