Hutchinson’s Narrow (Minded) Parkway

Charles, of Carmel, NY, takes eloquent exception to how Arthur Goldwag celebrates Anne Hutchinson’s heresy:

Hutchinson may be a beacon of freedom, but in her own mind she was a narrow, self-righteous Calvinist, and would have been a dictator in her own church. Her eponymous memorial, the Hutchinson Parkway north of New York City, justifies its name by periodically narrowing from three lanes to two, becoming a choked artery even during non-rush hours.