Frank Bruni Asks a Good Question

I’ve been thinking about writing a column on this subject for a long time. Then I saw that Frank Bruni of the Times beat me to it, and did so beautifully. I couldn’t have said it better myself, so I won’t try.

“What Happened to Who?”

by Frank Bruni

“I first noticed it during the 2016 Republican presidential debates, which were crazy-making for so many reasons that I’m not sure how I zeroed in on this one. “Who” was being exiled from its rightful habitat. It was a linguistic bonobo: endangered, possibly en route to extinction.”

Read the rest of Frank Bruni’s Article…

©2017 The New York Times

  • Having been an educated English student, I have been distressed by this too, but it’s not just in politics. I see it everywhere. Great article.

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