One of the first things you learn in Deirdre Mask’s The Address Book is that “most households in the world don’t have street addresses.”
“Arguments are what divide communities, but they are also what constitutes them as communities.”
If addresses are the tool of government to see its citizens … how does that help us define our community, and our place in community? What does it mean that we are in the midst of a cultural conversation about USPS? What can you tell about someone from their address?
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