A father denies the existence of his own son who has a disability. This was not unusual in the 1950s or 1960s. But when the man is legendary playwright Arthur Miller – who wrote The Crucible to spotlight scapegoating during the McCarthy era, as well as other commentaries on our society – it becomes a major story.
In March, we talked about “what will it take” to achieve an inclusive society. Maybe the word inclusive is not concrete enough. How about these?