Fabric of Community, Gone Threadbare: A Tour of Ohio’s New Trump Country
My parents are from the Rust Belt, words supposed to encapsulate the decay, the abandoned workplaces.
Wide Open Spaces
why should I still vote Democrat, nothing ever changes
Sarah Stankorb is an Ohio-based writer who covers politics, religion and women’s issues. Her articles and essays have appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, Salon, CNNMoney, Longreads, The American Prospect and GOOD Magazine. She's on Twitter @sarahstankorb.
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