Saturday, June 28, 2014

A Slave of Morphine

The Detroit Free Press, April 26, 1893
What's in a name? More specifically what sort of weight does a title carry? In the case of Dr. F. W. Rowley, enough to level the scales of societal justice to a mere instrument of moral relativism. The prestige of name and career afforded him the title of victim and slave instead of fiend or degenerate as was readily delegated to others of a lesser social strata.

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