Slowly, over a quarter-century, his relentless agitation changed hearts and minds. … He died a year later, an outsider to the Quaker community he loved, but a moral giant of a man.
Source: You’ll Never Be as Radical as This 18th-Century Quaker Dwarf – NYTimes.com
Seriously? Seriously??? You write about a radical Little Person who presciently opposed slavery, point out that part of why history has ignored him is his disability, and conclude with words equating moral superiority with physical size or typicality.
And we wonder why no one ever gets disability rights.
Well done and thank you Amy.