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Red Seattle – A travel essay

August 7, 2011
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Discovering the other northwest-coast city’s radical past and present

V.I. Lenin stands in a quiet corner of the Seattle suburb of Fremont.

An old episode of Frasier, the television comedy set in Seattle, focuses on an impending strike at the fictional radio station where Frasier works as an on-air psychiatrist. Whether the script writers knew it or not, they were tapping into the radical history of a city that has the dubious or proud distinction of being the location of the first general strike in American history. And that’s not all.

Red Seattle – travel essay – Oct. 15, 2009

 

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