CONTENTS

"The ancient commission of the writer has not changed.  He is charged with exposing our many grievous faults and failures, with dredging up to the light our dark and dangerous dreams for the purpose of improvement."

                                                --John Steinbeck

         Song and Poetry Titles in Black
         Essay Chapter Titles in Blue


  1. Slave: A Prelude

  2. Singing the John Birch Society Blues

  3. Look What They Done to Martin's Song

  4. Season

  5. Sun Come Up

  6. Cesar: The Grapes of Wrath

  7. The Worst Year That Ever Was

  8. Class of '68

  9. Ronald and His Ray-Gun

10. Taxes

11. Working Man's Cancer Sore

12. We The People (Just Say "NO!")

13. Gallo Brothers

14. Blue Collar

15. The Myth of Modern Science

16. Like a Tree Planted

17. Of God and Monkey Business ........................................................... ........................................................................................ .............................................................................
      APPENDAGE A --$10,000 Reward Challenge

18. Genesis

19. The Tree of Knowledge ........................................................... ........................................................................................ .............................................................................
      APPENDAGE B --The Bible of History's Education

20. Ode to William (An Uneven Sonnet of Uncertain Rhyme)

21. Trojan Horse of Prescott

22. Magic Man

23. Dodger Blue

24. Hero: A Theory of Just Measurement

25. The Greatest American

26. Theory of Intelligence

27. The Legend of Tahanna (A Fable of Alternate Theory)

28. The Mensa International Spastic Aptitude Test

29. Maverick

30. Random Chance A-Z Primer of Science and the Bible
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      APPENDAGE C --Perspectives of a Very Great Light

31. Ticket Master: Song for Generation X

32. Manhood: A Junged-out Freudian Couch Analysis

33. Capitol Offense

34. We The People (What a Concept!)

35. American

36. The Freedom of Amendment

37. Letter from the Grave

38. Blue Marble

39. Physician

40. Questions for God; by Naomi Rae Barnes, age nine

41. House of Ill-Repute ........................................................... ........................................................................................ .............................................................................
      APPENDAGE D --Abortion and Other Distortions

42. Revolution

43. Ishmael

44. Revolution -- Side B

45. Judas

46. The Thirteen Commandments

47. Nails in Wood

48. Bad Girls

49. Adam and Eve's Apple

50. Man in Black: The Highwaymen Song

51. Andy

52. Contract on America

53. A Trickle Down Theory

54. The Night Before Star Wars

55. Bad Boy

56. Comedian

57. Death and Other Penalties


58. American Tramp

59. War

60. Notes on the Great War: Of Bondage and Greatness


61. Soldier of Fortune

62. The Ballad of Bad Red

63. Fleeing Sodom: The Lost Art of the True Patriot

64. Homeless

65. Charity Begins Today

66. Cannot Wait

67. Mirrors

68. Influence: A Song for Jerry's Kids

69. Solomon's Song

70. Pete's Song

71. Key of History: Theory of Social Justice and Peace

72. Psalm 23

73. Rushmore

74. Anthem

75. Vision: Angel from Montgomery

76. Somebody

77. The Watcher

78. Conspiracy Theory

79. Global Village Idiot

80. The Way: A Theory of Root Cause and Solution

81. Homeless in America

82. Christmas Eve

83. Eagle

84. Comes a Pale Horse

85. Willie's Song

86. Song for Samuel

87. After the Gold Rush: A Song Sung Blue

88. Montana

89. U.S. Steal

90. Epilogue

91. The Sun Also Rises

92. Independence Day

     .Acknowledgements

     .Song for the Nations

     .In Defense of Eliot


     .Selected Bibliography: Reference for Further Study

     .Heart Song (Back Cover)




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