This is a story about Critchlow’s 2016 two-month road trip during the presidential election. It is also about Critchlow’s life journey, about race, religion, the environment, and a divided America in the age of Donald Trump. With humor and insight, Critchlow weaves together people, places, historical anecdotes, political observations, legal tales, and personal history in a way that helps explain the competing narratives in American society today. His journey also tells us something about how a baby boomer might look back and look forward as he moves into his senior years and faces the challenge of retirement.
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George Critchlow is a lawyer and emeritus law professor who lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and daughter. He taught law for many years at Gonzaga University School of Law and has taught and consulted in Europe, the Middle East, and South America. He is not just an academic. As a trial lawyer, Critchlow has handled cases ranging from alleged murder and bank robbery to civil rights suits, divorces, and immigration matters.