“The artist, since the beginning of time, has always expressed the aspirations and dreams of his people. Silence the artist and you have silenced the most articulate voice the people have.”
William Mann, who wrote KATE:THE WOMAN WHO WAS HEPBURN, writes about her in today's NY Times.
Ms. Hepburn would have been 100 today.
UPDATE: I misspelled "Katharine" and have corrected it now. Hat tip to Stargirl!