February 10, 2014
Why It’s Okay to Try Woody Allen in the Court of Public Opinion

When an alleged victim of abuse tells her story to the world, it’s not any more virtuous to ignore the controversy than it is to take a side.
Read more. [Image: AP]

Why It’s Okay to Try Woody Allen in the Court of Public Opinion

When an alleged victim of abuse tells her story to the world, it’s not any more virtuous to ignore the controversy than it is to take a side.

Read more. [Image: AP]

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