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The New American Civil War: 1 of 2: Armed threats in Oregon, dumbfounding denunciations in New York. Michael Vlahos Johns Hopkins @JHUWorldCrisis

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Date | 1910
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The New American Civil War: 1 of 2: Armed threats in Oregon, dumbfounding denunciations in New York. Michael Vlahos Johns Hopkins @JHUWorldCrisis
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/28/us/oregon-climate-fight.html
Oregon, like the rest of the nation, has long been divided along urban and rural lines. But those divisions have deepened significantly in recent decades. Portland and other metropolitan areas have expanded and their residents have become increasingly Democratic, while Oregon’s rural areas have struggled to retain residents and have become more Republican.

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