by: Belladonna Rogers Bio
The campaign for the presidency of 2012 is best understood not by the pundits of today but by a drama written in 1485.
In that year, 527 years ago, a new production opened in England. Entitled Everyman, this morality play became an instant hit, and has enjoyed remarkable staying power — and relevance — to this day.
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