Writers shouldn’t censor their ideas for fear of being misunderstood. Photo by Neilsen Barnard/Getty Images
Author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell defends his right to publish controversial ideas, such as the thesis that dyslexia may be a ‘desirable difficulty’ for some.
Available since: Tue 5 Nov 2013
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