By Dr. Kelton Edmonds
Special To The New Journal and Guide
The setting is the summer of a U.S. presidential election year. The nation is in the midst of a severe financial nadir with alarming unemployment and business closures, many of which will never return. During these tumultuous and uncertain times full of anxiety that I’m describing, the U.S. President compounds the tension by ordering military and police personnel to violently confront and remove peaceful protestors in Washington, D.C.
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