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Washington State is a worrisome window into the future

14 November 2020

8:48 AM

14 November 2020

8:48 AM

Seattle

I have seen the future, and it looks much like Washington State.

But let’s get there by steps. The Pacific Northwest, for much of its history dominated by the logging and fishing industries, has an aggressive blue-collar tradition. Radical groups like the Industrial Workers of the World — or so-called Wobblies — used to congregate there.

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