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Topic - William Godwin
Leading thinkers on the left have regarded those who disagree with them as being not merely factually wrong but morally repugnant.
William Godwin practices his chip handling under the watchful eyes of his children. Shannon Dadds gets card tips from her son. When Claudia Harbourt has downtime during her nursing shift, she hones her blackjack skills with her patients.
"On this side of the table, all you have to do is remember 21," Mr. Godwin, a 51-year-old Severna Park resident, said as he took a turn as a player. "It's a very different game from that side of the table. There are so many rules, so many things you have to remember."