When others own our lives

This man expresses a notion of the employer/employee that are rather common and that have much to do with how deeply engrained in the American psyche is the notion that a worker is never the equal of his boss and in ways that go beyond management of a business. The “owner,” in our world where business is one of the most powerful forces shaping the lives of individuals, power in the hands of the bosses can be a very dangerous thing and ownership of people, the power to profoundly affect another’s livelihood and the life that individual is able to live, if we are humane, has to be seen as a clear and present danger of the most consequential kind.

McNair’s players considered walking out of practice over his remark, which suggested that letting N.F.L. players sit or kneel during the national anthem…

By lafered

Retired professor of education concerned with thoughtfulness

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