— This article, by Jerry Cates, was first published on 11 October 2016, and was last revised on 11 October 2016. © Govinthenews Vol. 7:10(1).
This is a serious post, about a serious issue affecting all Americans, concerning a crucial subject that is rarely discussed, especially today. Little information exists on this topic, and there has been a tendency of late to avoid discussing it openly. That is understandable. The English language — along with perhaps all earthly languages — is poorly equipped for such a discussion. Yet, that discussion must be carried out, soberly and thoroughly. To accomplish that the author has found it expedient to create novel word combinations to refer to various aspects of the topic at hand. However, anyone conversant with ordinary English should have no difficulty recognizing what those word combinations mean in the context of the discussion at hand.
Over the past 50 years the art of cajonesculture has steadily waned. Today, as a consequence, cajonesculturalists are in short supply. That trend is the result of a grand experiment, designed and orchestrated by a group of individuals afflicted with cajonesphobia, Though this experiment is on-going, preliminary results have surfaced. Those results suggest answers to the question of whether cajonesculture should be altogether banned, or should be resurrected and encouraged.
In the coming days an analysis of those results will be presented here. As a prelude to that analysis, the history of cajonesculture, as it was carried out from the dawn of history to the present, will be provided.
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