Walton’s Secular City, A Tour
Thank you, President Healy and my thanks also to Ronald Duska for inviting me to speak at this gathering that honors a gifted and wise man, Clarence Walton, an old friend and a grand warrior in the good fight. I am especially grateful for being assigned the last spot in this Symposium when everyone is dazed and groggy, eager to get at the drinks and ready to burst into applause to end it all, so I won’t keep us long—a mere 2 hours should suffice to put forth my remarks and develop them carefully. Did I say 2 hours? I meant 30 minutes or so, a time limit imposed by Ronald Duska, an archon one ignores at great peril. Along the way I shall touch here and there upon the commentary of Professor Werhane, always stimulating, occasionally right.
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