Premium Content The Struggle Between Civilization and the Sea
By Michael Wainwright - November 08, 2005
In an era when primal instincts are constantly checked by the civilities of modern life, it is easy for the American mind to fall prey to the strong delusion that civilization has no end. From the west coast to the east, laws are made and laws are kept. Yet the coasts which contain the world of laws are also the limits of that world, as William…
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