One thing to read textbook and opinion, another to
read a super-view voice that moves back and forth
between the plain and the objective bluff looking over
it, relating history as it transpires, for the record,
a person with a rare scope on the situation.
Jay Taber writes a lot on effective models of
community education on tear-em-up issues, the kind
that shred a place and people in a way mainstream
America tends to be protected from perhaps more by
ignorance than any other buffer.
--Juli Kearns, Idyll Opus Press