America 2.0, Part 8

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 7

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 6

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 5

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 4

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 3

[For readers who missed part 1 of this series of posts, I am summarizing a fictional novel written almost forty years ago.] read more »

America 2.0, Part 2

When we left George and Jenny Leader’s soiree last week, the thirteen people at the dinner table were locked in intense discussions about what sort of government could have elected (that is, reelected) Lyndon Johnson, allowing him to escalate a wildly unpopular and increasingly deadly war. read more »

America 2.0

When I was serving in the US Army in the early 1970s I spent a lot of time patrolling in my Military Police Jeep and boring myself silly. Being a cop is a bit like being an airline pilot: hours of boredom punctuated by moments of stark terror. read more »