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Michael Walsh is a journalist, author and screenwriter. He was for 16 years the music critic of Time Magazine. His works include the novels, As Time Goes By, And All the Saints (winner, 2004 American Book Award for fiction) and the “Devlin” series of thrillers; and the recent non-fiction bestseller, The Devil’s Pleasure Palace. He lives in rural New England and remote coastal Ireland.

WRITTEN BY Michael Walsh
As the chancellor falls, the postwar German political consensus comes apart.
From colleges to nuthouses in three generations.
Things are sick and getting sicker in the Pacific Northwest.
Personalize it, polarize it, destroy it.
Dems still sore after Garland nomination was tabled. They need to move on.
But just as in the Civil War, there are still many bloody battles to be fought before we get to Appomattox.