What’s The Least You Can Do?
Every year my ancient nana would call me up to make sure that I’d voted.
“It’s the least you can do, Carrie. The least you can do,” she’d say. “It’s our civic duty to protect the enchanted.”
Who are the enchanted? According to my nana? Women. Children. The disenfranchised.
My nana, Rena Philbrick Morse, was not a least-you-can-do sort of person, but voting was…