|Fixing the Fellowship Deficit in America’s Struggling Communities|
Why collapsing cities and towns need something more than a better economy or a bigger government.
Nowadays, as each new presidential election approaches, commentators are in the habit of forecasting the most pivotal contest of our lifetime, if not all of American history. But despite such overheated claims, some elections may actually mark unusually important turning points. In retrospect, 2016 seems a likely candidate, and there is no shortage of analyses or theories to help us make sense of it.
In Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive and Others Collapse, Washington Examiner writer Timothy ...
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Why Some Places Thrive and Others Collapse