The First Stage of Mourning

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by Mike Meyer

At what point do we simply acknowledge that America is dead and begin the process of mourning and laying the corpse to rest? Practically this is an issue of economics and public health. To recover and rebuild requires a shared ideal to use as a blue print for reconstruction. That no longer exists…

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Educator, CIO, retired entrepreneur, grandfather with occasional fits of humor in the midst of disaster. . .

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Mike Meyer

Mike Meyer

Educator, CIO, retired entrepreneur, grandfather with occasional fits of humor in the midst of disaster. . .

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