Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Workers wait for a delivery of rocks while Burley Sizemore Jr., right, brings lunch. (Jessica Tezak for The Post)
Eastern Kentucky floods destroyed roads, bridges and homes. But in the aftermath, communities have come together to rebuild, a sign of the deep roots here.
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Using host descriptions of rentals, we created a database that links culture to geography and used it to create a definitive map of the American South.
Carrie and Nate LaChance moved to the Dallas area in 2018 to build a house on an untouched lakefront lot. Four years later, the unfinished structure tells a story about the unusual forces shaping the pandemic economy as they collide under one (very expensive) Texas roof.
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