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Growth and change in rural America

Glenn Victor Fuguitt

Growth and change in rural America

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Published by Urban Land Institute in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural population -- United States.,
    • Land use, Rural -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementGlenn V. Fuguitt and Paul R. Voss, J. C. Doherty.
      SeriesManagement & control of growth series
      ContributionsVoss, Paul R., joint author., Doherty, J. C., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB2385 .F83
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 101 p. :
      Number of Pages101
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4431507M
      LC Control Number79065329

        The themes of race, poverty and change in America are as relevant as ever, as our nation grapples with the recent tragedies in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York. Racial politics, the realities of living as a minority in our country, and the complex and charged emotions attached to these themes are making front-page headlines every day. Jurgen Schmandt and Robert Wilson, eds., Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology: The Role of Regions and States. Michael Chrisholm. Regions in Recession and Resurgence John M. Levy. Economic Development Programs for Cities, Counties and Towns. Cynthia M. Duncan, ed., Rural Poverty in America. In his book, Transforming Church in Rural America: Breaking All the Rurals, Shannon O’Dell writes, For centuries, the rural church has been isolated and insulated from the .   The growth of his church, obviously, didn't come easy. O'Dell emphasized, "It's change, conflict, growth; change, conflict, growth; and you have to walk through that process. We must go through change and then conflict in order to see growth." "I'm convinced that God doesn't want average. He doesn't settle for : Eryn Sun.


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