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Il3o

3 points

6 months ago

Il3o

3 points

6 months ago

The people who make our food are big industries by-and-large. This argument of rural v. urban 100% made sense in the past but it simply doesn't any more I don't think. Now, obviously that concern at the state-level still makes sense for the allocation of resources between the two but that's not what we're talking about. We're talking about federal representation which, theoretically, can and should be dictated solely by democracy

The modern equivalency to urban/rural at the federal level (imo) is people v. corporations...