Dan Barry’s article in the New York Times today, about a tiny town in New Hampshire, “One Small Step for Democracy in a ‘Live Free or Die’ Town: A cautionary tale from Croydon, N.H., where one man tried to foist a change so drastic it jolted a community out of political indifference.”
All the readers comments involve the sentiment, “Everyone in this country needs to read this!!!” I say, ditto.
“Showing up. That’s the big lesson,” said Chris Prost, 37, a Croydon resident who runs a small brewery from a barn at the back of his house. “And not just showing up, but also knowing what’s going on.”