Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled!
I’m a traditional person, and I’ve always thought of marriage as between a man and a woman, but I think this is something that the country is going to work out, and I suspect it will change in time because all of us who are fortunate enough to have really, really close friends — and some of my really, really close friends are gay — don’t want to see them discriminated against. ... whenever one senses that there is discrimination against some group of people, it behooves us as a country to look hard at what we’re doing. - Condoleezza Rice

Miles Menander Dawson

Proponent of compulsory insurance. Was a member of the American Association for Labor Legislation for “social insurance”. He also wrote new age ethics books: “The Wisdom of Confucius”, “The Ethics of Confucius”, “The Ethics of Socrates”, and “The Ethical Religion of Zoroaster”. Dawson was also a Consulting Actuary, Member of the New York Bar, Joint Author, Workingmen's Insurance in Europe.

Miles Menander Dawson
Birth 1863-05-13


Freemasonry - 32°
F. and A. Mason 32°