If you thought their commonality lay in their capacity for observation, thought, and contribution to the general good, guess again.
First, Mr. Twain’s shocking ‘truth’:
Next, the real story about the depraved Mr. Darwin:
I’m certainly glad that he didn’t resort to any hyperbole in his litany of their ‘sins,’ but sadly, doesn’t . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: What Do Mark Twain And Charles Darwin Have In Common?