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When I was a child, I was a member of the DeMolay. In fact, I was Master Councilor for a term. After reading the above article, no one will know what that means in the world of freemasonry.
The Economist once again doesn't know enough about a given topic to do any more than to present a fifth grade social studies report. The history provided is incomplete.
For those who are reading this from the United States; there is a website called Real Clear Politics, they accumulate interesting articles printed around the world. In past years, the Economist was referred to often, now, not so much. I used to read the Economist cover to cover, now, not so much. Maybe it's me. Maybe not. At least in this article they are not preaching gun control.
interesting content, but what a weird way to garner commentary.
Agreed, it took me a long time to figure out how to comment. Remind me of the secrecy of freemasonry .