Yes Is Better Than No

In Yes is Better Than No by Byrd Baylor and Leonard Chana, Papago basketweaver Elma Dominguez, recently evicted from her home, wins a Kon Tiki swimming pool at the fair. She puts it to good use, but bureaucrats and do-gooders can’t leave well enough alone in a comic/tragic series of misunderstandings. What seems to be logic for some, isn’t for others. I’ve read it three times.

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