March 31, 1996 Fighting the Puritans By David Whitten Morbidity: Sickness. Mortality: Death. Obfuscation: Deliberate attempt to confuse. Prejudice: Preconceived opinion irrationally based on incomplete or misleading evidence, often precluding processing of contradictory evidence.
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