The split between city and country has been fairly obvious. This is perhaps more obvious in the US although racists may not follow the pattern. The Republican party has long been entrenched in rural states although gerrymandering is required even there. The anger of those passed by in the move to intellectual and service economies is really a countryside thing. But maybe the universal income is really the rural income replacing equal opportunity.

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