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"Popguns & Pacemakers": Patriotism, in a small town, and other tales of The Great American Westerly Midwest

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14 pages10 minutes

Summary

Where we find that Robert S. Thompson has sat on his bench on main street and written a letter to the editor talking about war and about how a local boy has died for mostly nothing. We find Nona The Waitress musing about the lack of democracy in the good ol' USA, and Tommy on his bike remembering his brother, who they say died for freedom, but Tommy doesn't believe that, not at all.

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