The New Yorker’s Jessica Weisber on Gar

The New Yorker’s Jessica Weisber on Garret Keizer : “Reading Keizer helped me understand why I am so protective of my privacy on the subway. “The beauty of privacy, when it is beautiful, is that the most radical acceptance of our own prerogatives leads us to an empathetic sense of ‘the others,’ ” Keizer writes. “No less than ourselves, they are entitled to be let alone.”” http://ow.ly/eIYx1

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