160 Blogs in The New York Times: History, Politics, Arts, Money, Broadway + Covid-19 in 2020.

Today we are batting 1,000. We wrote and The New York Times posted 107 blogs on their site.
Can you give $100 in support to Fractured Atlas for our work in 2020 ?
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My 107 letters on topics from the 1918 Flu epidemic to a lesson for 2020. Others on Broadway and re-thinking Arts in shutdown mode. More were on Economics and History. Others focused on Politics in 2020. Some on Ethics were a Tribute to my Scholarship from Rutgers University Business School (2015). They echo in an age when the whole notion of ethical behavior has collapsed.Sometimes a single letter, others receive 2 or 3 responses from other parts of the country. In most cases they received an answer from me. Not everything I wrote or submitted were published.
Meet us with a $100- donation to match our 100 letters published in The New York Times inCOVID-19.
In formulating these Constant Contact pages I have to backtrack to re-assemble them after they were published separately just for you our readers.
We face a disconnect from our cyber work but little growth in support.
While we are now planning this Fall and 2021 while making cyber Arts like https://conta.cc/2yy1b4J or https://conta.cc/3dvFwJy
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ArtsPRunlimited Inc remains a sponsored program with Fractured Atlas at: http://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=11419 
Revamping all the Founders Memorials, Lincoln, and Columbus would be a better bet than tearing them all down. The Smithsonian, Library of Congress, NEA and NEH with the Park service could make this happen. In DC on F St Ford’s Theatre was restored in the 1960’s. The Lincoln Annex Museum built in the last few years could models of inclusion not destruction. What would happen if people call for destroying all the Mall Museum’s ? The decapitated statute of St. John’s Cathedral in Lyon, France still bear witness to the frenzy of the French Revolution. We have to ameliorate history or we destroy ourselves.https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/06/opinion/thomas-jefferson-memorial-truscott.html#commentsContainer&permid=107967108:107967108

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