WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN
and the VENUS of WILLENDORF

The Suburban Years

We won the war, and winning is sweet. But victory comes at a terrible cost, and not all survived. Afterwards, each bravely pressed on with the business of living. While enlisted men of both sides celebrated the end of the war with long awaited diversions, a befuddled General found himself doing his laundry. Yes, much had changed after the war years, the cities had become less inviting. Isolation, crime, loss of jobs, and the presence of threatening and undesirable elements... something new was needed. And that something was suburbia.

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