Kenneth Frazier Discusses “Moral Leadership” and “Hyperpartisanship”
The National Law Journal featured Merck CEO and Chairman Kenneth C. Frazier in a piece that explores his decision to step down from one of President Trump’s advisory councils after the deadly, and politically charged, rally in Charlottesville, Va. in 2017.
Mr. Frazier speaks on the reaction that followed this bold move and the subsequent feedback he received from people who applauded his decision. He shared his opinions how this event, and others more current, underline the need for strong moral leadership in times of crisis. He concludes with concerns on what hyperpartisianship could mean for the country moving forward.
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