American Views Abroad

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Less than a week to go before the election and tension and anxiety at the outcome is high. Yet in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in one of the most contested parts of a swing state, the mood, according to a home town man who fled at age 17 and returned recently for a weekend to see what has and has not changed, is rather sullen. He had difficulty finding more than one angry white man. People are far more worried about health care and the economy. His report: Meeting Myself in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the Political (and Personal) Crucible by Robert S. Eshelman at

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