A Wrinkle in Time

The very popular children’s story “A Wrinkle in Time” has sold more than 14 million copies. The Wallstreet Journal recently wrote about the author Madeleine Voiklis intentions:

Ms. Voiklis said she wanted readers to know the book wasn’t a simple allegory of communism. Instead, it’s about the risk of any country — including a democracy — placing too much value on security. The tension between safety and personal freedom is an idea that resonates in today’s politics.

This author was way ahead of the times. The tension between saftey and personal freedoms creates a lot of hot topics these days. Read more on the WSJ website.

By joshkerr

Josh is an 8x startup founder and angel investor.

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