Chris Leib

In the digital age, with instant communication available, the public is ceaselessly bombarded with information, usually light on analysis, but correspondingly full of partisan sound and fury, signifying nothing or very like nothing. But reality cannot be concealed forever. Americans are aware now, after thirty years of corporatization, offshoring, downsizing, and declining living standards, and a dozen years of war in the Middle East, that things have gone badly awry.