In a Plague-Time Extended: Trying to Love Humanity Again

Francisco de Goya, Detail, “Witches’ Sabbath” (1819–1823)
Alfred Eisenstaedt, “Pennsylvania Station” (1943)
Henri Cartier-Bresson, “Paris 1989”

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Our times examined via politics, culture, morality. Author, "Can America Save Itself from Decline?" (Vol. II). Playwright. Fmr. HuffPost. www.carlaseaquist.com.

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Our times examined via politics, culture, morality. Author, "Can America Save Itself from Decline?" (Vol. II). Playwright. Fmr. HuffPost. www.carlaseaquist.com.

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