U.S. Can Rescue Its Troubled Cities by Abolishing Them

Sunland Park, New Mexico, a small and impoverished suburb of El Paso, has made “news of the weird” headlines lately for its official corruption. Daniel Salinas was elected mayor in March, but has been legally barred from taking office. Why? Because he is under indictment for 33 felonies.

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