Apr 16, 2020
Don Winslow is one of America and the world’s most widely read and acclaimed crime fiction writers. His books include the New York Times bestsellers “The Cartel”, “The Force”, and “The Border”. Winslow's work has been adapted for major Hollywood movies and TV series.
Winslow’s new book “Broken” is a collection of short novels focusing in on the tragedies and triumphs, and day-to-day lives of people -- cops, bounty hunters, drug addicts, drug dealers, detectives, their loved ones, friends, and community -- who are criminals, those trying to stop them, and the human rubble left along the side of America’s “criminal highway”.
Don Winslow explains how Donald Trump embodies everything wrong with American masculinity. Winslow also shares his belief that the coronavirus pandemic is a perfect metaphor for the pain and harm being caused to the American people and the world by Donald Trump and his movement.
And Winslow reflects on why he has chosen to be so vocal about Donald Trump and his regime’s many crimes against human decency, the rule of law, and democracy.
Chauncey DeVega reflects on why “hope warriors” also need examples of day-to-day heroes to fuel their struggles and inspire them in the Age of Trump and His Coronavirus.
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Music at the end of this week's episode of The Chauncey DeVega Show is by JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound. You can listen to some of their great music on Spotify.