With America’s reputation as a melting pot, it’s surprising to see how long some ethnic tensions continue – often for generations.
Sometimes it’s simply in the ways values differ – the extent to which cunning is admired or detested, for instance, or how the family is expected to behave at the dining table.
Sometimes these erupt in a marriage of spouses from different backgrounds.
And sometimes the conflicts arise in the Old World the family fled in the first place. Think of the Balkans or Middle East, for example.
In Big Inca Versus a New Pony Express Rider, these come to the fore in mysterious ways in the isolated community of yrUBbury, especially once Bill puts the Company agenda into motion.
That is, once Big Inca also begins moving mysteriously in the background, drawing and redrawing the battle lines, largely along ethnic identities.
It’s a wilder fantasy, after all, than Wall Street. To continue, just click here.