I was rereading Chapter 34: The Channel (The Wave Volume 5/6) online and found a minor error in the following paragraph:
As to whether our decision to try to give Frank every chance possible to make a different choice was the correct one, and whether the present “hitting of the fan” of the operation suggested by the Cs in the above excerpt will permanently damage and discredit all of the material, will have to be up to the reader. We think that telling the truth is the only way. It is then up to the reader to decide what he/she wants to credit and what not. One learn lessons, one learns truth, and one tells truth. That is how we see it. We do believe that the truth will survive the attacks.
The bolded part should be: learns
I think that one is already correct. The only way that we use "learns" is when we say "one learns a lesson." One learn lessons is correct.
That's not my experience. That's basically the same as saying "One run races" (rather than "One runs races") or "One type messages" (rather than "One types messages") I have never seen someone write like this.
'One' is a third-person, singular pronoun, like 'he' or 'she'. I would never use "He run races" or "She type messages". (On the aside, "They/I run races" or "They/I type messages" would be correct)
Does that make sense?