I live among beautiful villages not far from where Princess Diana is buried and recently finished a three-year project as a building surveyor working with 1,500 scientists in Oxfordshire who are paid peanuts for their devotion. They make and transform lives and in the main are simple, uncomplicated people, and then I look across the pond to the US and parts Europe, and it is beginning to become unrecognizable. Divided over what I donâ€™t know because you canâ€™t eat â€˜leftâ€™ or â€˜rightâ€™ and there is no sustenance in the â€˜centreâ€™ either but increasingly we are choosing to fight and bicker over infantile twits and the queasiest of issues. I wrote this article along with many others because I fear as your British cousins, we will go the same divisive tribal route.
British politics is less abrasive and I have long had an interest in the brash American version. I subscribe to your electronic publication and devour your informed articles and as much US cable as time permits.
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