We’re continuing our American Futures series with
The Atlantic’s James Fallows and the software company ESRI this week. Kai and James have been traveling across the U.S. looking at how small towns are living and working in a new economy. They’ve flown into the easternmost city in the U.S. — Eastport, Maine and traveled to Sioux Falls, S.D., where they visited a few businesses in the area, including a local food factory that produces egg sandwiches you could pick up at a hotel anywhere in the U.S.
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Next stop: Southern California to the city of Redlands — once known as the “Navel Orange Growing Capital of the World.”
How much do you know about this small town? Take our quiz! And check back on Friday to hear more of our reporting from Redlands.