Gary Clifford Gibson wrote a contemporary history as a mosaic of
essays on contemporary American affairs from an independent point
of view with a heavy emphasis on a philosophical paradigm of
interpretation. Because institutional bias often shapes
retro-historical recapitulations it is worth writing an ordinary
citizen's point of view of contemporary issues of the U.S.A.
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