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"The Tragedy of Portland: ‘It’s a Ghost Town, Except for Zombies’"

A brutally clear depiction of a city in ruins.

It is the simmering resentment that comes from knowing that you can work hard, play by the rules, and still be crushed by forces beyond your control. It is the inversion of right and wrong, where criminals are treated with sympathy and victims are portrayed as villains, where sidewalks stretching for blocks are simply ceded to rows of homeless tents.

Ed Driscoll at Instapundit writes, "Portland morphed into Detroit so slowly, I hardly even noticed."

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