Two women walk along Lassen Avenue, May 21, 2013, in Huron, the fourth-poorest community in California. The state ‘is becoming a reactionary two-tier state of masters and serfs whose culture is as peculiar and out of step with the rest of the country as was the antebellum South’s,’ writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson.
Two women walk along Lassen Avenue, May 21, 2013, in Huron, the fourth-poorest community in California. The state ‘is becoming a reactionary two-tier state of masters and serfs whose culture is as peculiar and out of step with the rest of the country as was the antebellum South’s,’ writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Vida Staff Photo
Two women walk along Lassen Avenue, May 21, 2013, in Huron, the fourth-poorest community in California. The state ‘is becoming a reactionary two-tier state of masters and serfs whose culture is as peculiar and out of step with the rest of the country as was the antebellum South’s,’ writes columnist Victor Davis Hanson. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Vida Staff Photo