Slow Violence Civil War in the USA?

“The US is in a civil war, a civil war that is at its core a class war. There are different terrains, forms of struggle and violence. Casualties come from different proximate causes — police attacks, suicide, overdose, slow death from alcohol and despair, toxic environments, crashes and shooters — but it’s one war. Terrains of struggle include streets and institutions, workplaces and domestic spaces, bodies and bathrooms, science and museums, churches, media, prison, farms, libraries, hospitals, and universities. There is no space external to this war.”

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