Election as Symptom: The Problem is We Are Not One People

I am less interested in the details of the election than the election as evidence of an insurmountable split in the identity of those calling themselves American. The East Indians were never one — that manifested itself after WW2 when the split into India and Pakistan, and then later into Bangladesh. Civil Wars have been fought for less — the English Colonists and the British Crown where White Christians, so to the Yankees and Rebels.  How much more this split in the peoples of America today.  

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