IN THE CLUTCH: A ROUGH GO FOR AN AMERICAN CONSCIENCE

I started reading through this and realized despite having written in more than a year ago, it’s just as true now as it was then. Somehow, I would have hoped we’d have … oh, I don’t know. Impeached Trump? Convicted a few of his more toxic adherents? Something, anyhow. But here we are, essentially right where we were a year ago last November.

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      1. When I think about the lives of my grandparents and my parents I realize that each period in time had its difficulties. These times are our difficulties. I’m sure that during the second world war everyone was horrified about what went on. I have a diary written by mother and she talks about her everyday life but she also talks about the battles that were going on overseas, battles that her brothers (my uncles) were taking part in. It must have been terrible. One could easily feel that the world was coming to an end then.

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        1. Life has easier and harder times. I’m sure any big war has a lot of misery attached to it. It’s a war. People die. A LOT of people die and other people do the killing. But what’s going on now is less the kind of misery of war and much more like a giant stress balloon has engulfed us.

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