The Climate Wars

The Write Hat

It’s a familiar place, our current existence. It’s not like we haven’t been here before. For those of us who didn’t live through WW2 or don’t remember much of tenth grade history class, we may not fully appreciate waging a war against a threat to a democracy we had rarely, if ever fully actualized. We may not be aware of the colossal undertaking of launching a war effort at a time when we were immersed in our own struggles as a nation. The far-reaching effects of the 1929 stock market crash that reverberated through every town and community, rural and big city alike, that still echoed in ways we have only come to understand, or perhaps appreciate, from the parallels between that time and today.

The level of corruption and income inequality, the lack of good paying jobs or consistent employment, the dwindling or then nonexistent safety net to protect…

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