The Right Coast

Editor: Thomas A. Smith
University of San Diego
School of Law

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

What He Could Do | by Mark Danner | The New York Review of Books

If it remains to be seen whether we are truly “witnessing…the birth of a new political order,” it is clear, a month into Trump’s ascension, that we are all his prisoners, held fast in the projected drama of his mind. As the battle over that new political order is enacted on the national stage, we have all become the dragooned antagonists in the play. This is what it is to live in the realm of the Big Man: his drama perforce is ours. Relentless political struggle, permanent revolution, shattering of norms, scandal and controversy, the capital hip-deep in broken crockery: this is what his supporters signed on for and this is what he is determined to give them; perhaps he knows how to give them little else.


Cats and dogs. Living together. And . . . *touching* each other.

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