The introduction to a series on the the Tea Party's collective memory.
Vietnam veterans struggle with their own understanding of the war, but continually refer it being "necessary and winnable".
With so many different pockets of beauty and nostalgia, it’s in serious danger of losing itself.
I do not mean to say, that the scenes of the revolution are now or ever will be entirely forgotten; but that like everything else, they must fade upon the memory of the world, and grow more and more dim by the lapse of time.
– Abraham Lincoln, 1838
Sanders wants to say his piece. For the moment, he has found his audience.