Millions Die, But They’re All Liberals

On the literary destruction of Los Angeles and the nervous breakdown of American exceptionalism.

The destruction of Los Angeles has been a central theme or image in at least 138 novels and films since 1909. The City of Angels is unique, not simply in the frequency of its fictional destruction, but in the pleasure that such apocalypses provide to readers and movie audiences. The entire world seems to be […]

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