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This American Lie

I had plans to emigrate. The pandemic changed that. Now, my home is burning, and I’m spitting grievance and venom.

This past weekend — a weekend nearly unprecedented in modern American history in its chaos and brutality — was supposed to be my last as a resident of Austin, and of the United States. At the top of the year, I announced this move, and set the…




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John Gorman

John Gorman

Essayist and storyteller on life, liberty and the battle for happiness. Several million served. Words at Human Parts, Forge and PS I Love You. IG: heygorman

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