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  1. Bill Foster says:


  2. louis curth says:

    Adam Wilson’s fine essay makes its strongest point right here: “The word community has become mighty slippery these days—a unquestioned good and universal longing, but where is it to be found?

    Based on my own life experiences, Adam’s insights from Keeseville’s bygone days seem to hit home about our longing for “community”, and how it can bring people closer together and strengthen our Adirondack-north country towns and villages.

    Equally important, “community” may just be the medicine we need to heal our democracy, and restore genuine legislative cooperation that brings real help with the needs of regular people who are too often forgotten or ignored by our elite political class.

    So Adam, your profound question about community remains for all of us: “where is it to be found?”

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