"The permanent government now is the anchorpeople. They don't get elected, and year after year they're responding emotionally to this or that."
Nanotime is set about thirty years into the future. In this world, one in which Rich Dad, Poor Dad author Robert Kyosaki would feel right at home, old people (today's baby boomers) control most of the resources. Needless to say, all of the roads in and around these areas are heavily monitored for incautious behavior.
Needless to say, all of the roads in and around these areas are heavily monitored for incautious behavior.
Large portions of the country have apparently been appropriated by the boomers; the government and its processes are largely oriented toward this one group, to the detriment of the society as a whole.
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