Bernard Bard

  • A Father Speaks

    When life “is not good, it deserves neither protection nor preservation.”That is the proposition examined in the following pages by a grieving father whose son was horn a mongoloid, and a distinguished moral philosopher who attempts to pul the issue into ethical perspective. Mr. Card is a veteran education writer for the New York POST aud author of THE SCHOOL LUNCHROOM: TIME OF TRIAL.Professor Fletcher, author of MORAL RESPONSIBILITY: SITUATION ETHICS AT WORKand other books, teaches pastoral theology and Christian ethics at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.