The Great American Divide

New Georgraphy
March 3, 2021

Joel Kotkin thinks it’s no longer the traditional standard of Left vs. Right that defines the political landscape. In New Geography, Kotkin argues that the real divide is between those residing in the tangible world of making, using and growing real things and those floating in the incorporeal world of media and digital transactions.

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