On November 8, 2018, I went to bed early. It had been a long, complicated political season, but at last it would be over. And at last, women would shatter the final glass ceiling in American politics. As I lay in bed and drifted to sleep, I thought about how amazing it was live through this historic moment.
But past midnight I woke as if alerted by some preternatural sense of impending disaster. I picked up my phone to check the results, and was sucked through to a dismal mirror dimension. Well, not really, but since that day it’s sometimes felt like it.Continue reading “A Starting Point to Understanding in “One Nation After Trump””