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We're in a car. We're in a tunnel. We're heading out of the tunnel. We're somewhere across the river from Manhattan. We're probably in New Jersey. We're not driving. The man who is has a confident swagger as he lights his cigar. This is his kingdom, and his demeanor as he surveys it tells us everything we need to know, even if we don't get a look at him beyond a few passing glances. And the things we see tell us just as much as we need to know about this world, images of industry and decay, of a world that is slowly eroding from within and a country that ... Read More
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