The show connects two worlds that usually prefer to stay apart: the liberal, achingly hip, moral-relativism of gentrified city life and the conservative, absolutist, and often hostile populism that Dan found overflowing in small-town America during his 100-day trip in 2009. His show brings direct insight into the current election cycle where many of the states he visited are duking it out over the same issues he confronts in the play.
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