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Forgotten America

Jul 12, 2023

When you hear the words “New York,” what do you think of? Maybe you think of Times Square or Wall Street. Perhaps you think of the Empire State Building. Does your mind immediately go to pizza? Mine does. There’s a number of cultural references to New York that may come to mind. But whatever you think of, I’m willing to bet the first thing that comes to mind is related to New York City . . . not New York state. What is the rest of New York like beyond Manhattan? How do New Yorkers feel about the stereotypes and the tendency of American pop culture to reduce their entire state to a single city? The Cardinal Institute’s newest team member, Nate Phipps, joins us to share about his childhood in upstate New York and the similarities and differences between New York state and states like West Virginia.
Nate Phipps bio
Garrett Ballengee, Host
Executive Director - @gballeng
Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy
Amanda Kieffer, Executive Producer
Communications Director - @akieffer13 
Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy
Tony Reed, Editor & Producer
Associate Director of Operations - @treed1134
International Center for Law & Economics
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