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Marching to the Pits

I pulled out Herman Wouk’s The Winds of War and War and Remembrance recently for a re-read. The generation that experienced WWII is dying off. Echoes of that era can be seen and heard today in our arguments about taking … Continue reading

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Do the Right Thing

The older I get, the more time is circular rather than linear.  I come back to who I was in my beginnings. I walked my first picket line at age 10, protesting the Vietnam War.  We discussed current events around … Continue reading

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