Telling Time in Ellaville

The clock tower on the Schley County courthouse in Ellaville, Georgia, population 1,770, is leaning precariously. But in Lois Theiss' ink drawing of the courthouse, prints of which sell for $10, the tower stands straight and tall. To Lois and Dave Theiss, America is a lot like the clock tower: tilting dangerously to the left, about to fall over. And they want to set it straight.

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