In the course of a two-month solo road trip during the 2016 election, Critchlow reflects on race, politics, religion and retirement. He weaves together legal tales, personal anecdotes, people, places, and past experiences to explore both his own life and the competing narratives that divides contemporary America. He also offers perspective on what retirement means for a generation of baby boomers. The book is more than a travelogue, but it is neither dense or humorless. Critchlow, a product of the 1960s, addresses the major themes of the last several decades while exploring the West, the Bible Belt, and Missouri River Country. The book looks back and looks forward on the problems America faces in the twenty-first century and on the challenge of growing old.
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George Critchlow is an emeritus professor and lawyer. He taught law for many years at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He has also taught and consulted in Europe, South America, and the Middle East. Critchlow is an experienced trial lawyer, not just an academic. His cases have ranged from alleged murder and bank robbery to civil rights violations, immigration matters, divorce, employment, and consumer protection. Critchlow has traveled the world. He plays golf, hikes, and enjoys good scotch.