Maed Inusa

by Ares Demertzis (February 2011)

More than two thousand years after an embryonic Greek democracy was shattered, a righteous experiment was introduced on the shores of a politically virgin land. The innovative concept of individual liberty and freedom from oppressive power was attempted, successfully demonstrating for over two hundred years that man could indeed govern himself.

Inusa was perfectly cognizant of the existential dilemma to which he was hostage: a repetitive, mind- numbing, homogenous modernity conflicting with the inconveniences of tradition, which were frequently appalling. He did not have an answer.

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