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Reflecting on Trumpism in Pittsburgh

16 April 2024

11:50 PM

16 April 2024

11:50 PM

Pittsburgh 

Over the past few decades, Pittsburgh has become the poster boy for industrial transformation, going from Steel City to shiny hi-tech hub. But
one thing that has not changed is the local argot. “I have landed among the Yinzers,” my friend Damir Marusic, who is an op-ed editor at the Washington Post, proudly texted me when he arrived in Pittsburgh.

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