Children’s Specialized Hospital Auxiliary Celebrates Centennial

STATE—Nancy Jackson (left), newly elected president of the Children’s Specialized Hospital Auxiliary to the hospital’s Board of Trustees, stands alongside past president Gail Sloan as they receive a resolution adopted by the hospital’s board recognizing a centennial of volunteerism and service to the hospital’s young patients with special needs.

Rotation In Office Is Mark Of Democracy

The recent election for US Senator in Massachusetts has some lessons. Andrew Jackson was the first President to say “rotation in office” is the mark of democracy. Inheriting a political position or keeping it for life is a mark of aristocracy, which is anti-democratic.