What America Looks Like: Western Georgia

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On a highway in western Georgia, near the Alabama border, a sign on the side of the road advertises a special on baby food. In the background, an empty chair sits beside the back door of the small grocery store.

Previously in this series: Venice Beach, California.

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Photo credit: image by Conor Friedersdorf.
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Conor Friedersdorf is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where he focuses on politics and national affairs. He lives in Venice, California, and is the founding editor of The Best of Journalism, a newsletter devoted to exceptional nonfiction.

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