Knocking on doors is a key part of a grassroots campaign, and can be extremely satisfying work for those involved. But as more gates and security systems transform the fabric of American cities, voters are increasingly out of reach.
Sam Wetherell is an urban historian who teaches at the University of York.
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Donald Trump tried to transform Atlantic City into a personal cash cow — and doomed the city in the process.
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Without a socialist consciousness, an independent Scotland risks becoming a smaller — and even more reactionary — version of its southern neighbors.
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Obama’s “Promise Zones” anti-poverty program is a Trojan horse for deregulation.