THE CHIMERA OF THE AMERICAN DREAM
American politics is a drama of aversions, euphemisms, and escapades that atrophy the latent virtue of the American Creed. The social reality thus wallows in the surrealistic swamps of shallow consumption and selfrighteous rhetoric. The contemporary culture of expedience has widened the gap between the myth and reality, and the outcome is an unabashed self-absorption, a remorseless state of being that undermines the essence of America. Part One offers four chapters, each one unravelling a fragment of reality, surface, and estrangement signifying an experience of unfreedom.