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How Trump May Help Us Liberalize American Health.

Mike Magee In this week’s The New Yorker, David Remnick reflects on “Trump’s illiberalism” and its’ test of the resilience of  “sturdy-seeming American values” and the endurance of  “institutions that the President has scorned and threatened.” He sees active turnout in the 2018 midterm elections as part of the test, but also suggests that any […]

Emancipating Pragmatism: Emerson, Ellison, Hillary, Donald, The New Museum, The ADAP Association and African American Health.

Mike Magee In the shadow of Monday’s Presidential debate, expected to attract close to 100 million viewers, this has been a week of remarkable highs and lows for African Americans. Today President Obama will preside over the official opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, […]

Remembering 9/11: Islands of Common Stewardship

Mike Magee Each year, the memories of 9/11 offer the opportunity to reflect on the principles that guide our human populations in the direction of good and evil. Several years after the event, I delivered an address that laid out a philosophy of leadership grounded in lessons learned that day. Here is the address.

All We Need Is “Ren”.

Mike Magee As a Boomer who hit 65 last month, there is something in the air these days that is reminiscent of the 1960’s. Back then, there was a very public and sharp divide over Civil Rights and the Vietnam war that brought our country to a boiling point and provided the high powered octane […]

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