One Good Man: The Far Reaching Consquences of an Ethical Decision
I recently read about an incident during the American Revolution involving a British Captain, Patrick Ferguson and our most revered General and first President, George Washington.
Ferguson, the inventor of the breech loading rifle, had in his sights General Washington, alone except for one other horseman, but chose not to fire on him when he was spotted and Washington turned to ride off. The ripple effects of that instant are no doubt alive and at work even now, over two hundred years later. Though Ferguson