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Join the fun. It’s a private, provocative, freewheeling satirical conversation. The subjects include sex, culture, race, environment, politics and revolution. Nothing is sacred. Think you heard it all before? The talk swings between the real and the cartoon. Find out what can happen when a private exchange of ideas is taken out of context and made public. Why and when does farce become a serious matter?
The French people eliminated their wastrel nobility. Our own American Revolutionaries violently broke away from the British because of “taxation without representation.” Does the United States Congress resemble those two past, doomed ruling classes before they were dealt with? Do we also have a limit to our patience?
Evolution inevitably leads to caricature and cartoon. That’s why Congress became grotesque. The players in the book also ask how Congress can be reset to a sustainable normal? What is normal? Is a national normal that’s administered by Congress possible or even desirable? Or is a sustainable normal only possible and welcome at the local level? If local is the goal then Congress has to go. Be provoked, read this book.