As this hellish presidential campaign finally comes to a close, it’s easy to think that politics are getting uglier and uglier. But when we really look at our history, we see that politics have never not been ugly.
Case in point: The duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.
***I mistakenly pronounce Greenwich Village as it’s spelled, as opposed to it’s proper pronunciation as ‘grennitch village.’ My condolences to any listening New Yorkers.
-John Adams Opening Title by Rob Lane
-Wall of strength by Rob Lane
-Inventions by Winged Victory for the Sullen
-Dissatisfaction by Rob Lane
-The Wider Sun by Jon Hopkins
-Second Class Citizen by Dexter Britain
-P by Labradford
-Signalling Through the Flames by The American Dollar