Activated Voices: Ending Moral Exclusions
Conservative policy justifies disinvesting in public services and health care by using a moral exclusion argument—i.e. people who depend on these services must be deserving in some moral way to qualify for them.
Minnesota native Marisa Egerstrom, who is pursuing a Ph.D. at Harvard University in early American religion, debunks this false moral means testing in our latest installment of Activated Voices.
Click here to read her formative essay on cnn.com's Belief Blog