I had a recollection of an article by Professor R.V. Young from the early years of my subscription. “Moral Illiteracy” from the Winter 1983 issue. Just one quote: “Could anyone who had read — really read and assimilated — Dante, Shakespeare, Dr. Johnson and Faulkner conceive of the fleeting slogans of the contemporary media as permanent contributions to the accumulated wisdom of mankind?” Or think that winning $91,000 for Planned Parenthood is a good thing? That’s what THE HUMAN LIFE REVIEW has meant to me since 1981. Thank you. More than I can say.