The first few requests were tolerable. A Census Bureau worker would
knock on John and Beverly Scott's door and ask them to fill out an
American Community Survey. The McKinley Park couple would politely decline.
But as the days passed, the visits became more frequent and the requests more urgent.
Some evenings, the doorbell would ring at dinnertime, then again at 10 p.m.
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