In "The Happy Accident," Robert Manning's delightful memoir of his early newspaper days in Binghamton, New York, we are brought back to an earlier and seemingly more innocent time when New England — and America — stood on the threshold of change. The moral of going home, it seems, is that as much changes, much never changes — something we should perhaps remember in these last feverish days of the nineteen eighties.
"The Happy Accident,"
New England Journal of Public Policy:
2, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol5/iss2/6