By Damien Darby
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Published: April 24, 2012
Words: 10,058 (approximate)
Elliot Dice is 29, and a poster child for millennial generation America today. He's a loving father, with one on the way, and if he doesn't get some money coming in, he knows Cadence is going to leave him. They moved in with his parents, also on the ropes, after college. Elliot's father, an unemployed welder, pulled some strings and got him into a technical school. How it turns out is shocking.
While short and sweet, this story is meant to pack a punch. It involves where America exists now, and is heading. It brings to mind, in a way that simply can't be ignored, the tragedy of the American economic system. While not anti-American, quite the opposite in fact, this work is geared to grease the wheels of civic duty, armed with the moral imperative, to bring about the change we all deserve. Forget about health coverage, what we require is a substantial degree of Moral Coverage.
, economics and morality
, civic obligations
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