Cindy Sheehan and the power of the ordinary
Author: Ramzy Baroud
What makes Sheehan's story utterly powerful is that it comes from a member of society that has been merely qualified as 'ordinary', meaning a person of no bearing on the outcome of things, be it political or otherwise. But she is a woman, a mother and that too is a powerful message of revolutionary proportions. Women have erroneously been regarded as minor players in shaping what social scientists coined the 'public sphere'...
Informant: Thomas L. Knapp
Starmail - 29. Aug, 11:58