The Duty of Dissent

David Koepsell

Four years ago, I took the position of executive director here at the Council for Secular Humanism. The job intrigued me, faced as we were at the time with political and social challenges that seemed, frankly, insurmountable. President George W. Bush was at the height of his popularity, and his outrageous affronts to secularism, as …

This article is available to subscribers only.
Subscribe now or log in to read this article.