Greenwich, Connecticut, is a town of 63,000 people just twenty-eight miles away from New York City. It’s a wealthy community with a median house- hold income of $127,123 and the average home value over $1.2 million.
The well-manicured lawns and eight-car garages may be caricatures of country club Republicanism, but don’t be fooled.
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