My Tiny Hometown in the Arctic Is Becoming a Hub for Disaster Capitalism

By Stephen Lezak

Nome, Alaska—population 3,600, myself included—is one of the most remote places in North America. Entirely disconnected from the continent's road system, it has two gas stations, two pizza joints, half a dozen sled-dog teams, and no traffic lights. And soon, Nome'

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