Published April 1988 by Westview Pr (Short Disc) .
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This book captures the views of students of rural America on the serious state of affaire in rural South areas and on the strategies for stimulating improvements in the well-being of rural Southerners. It spurs policymakers, leaders, and rural residents to redress the ills of the rural by: The rural South in crisis: an introduction / Lionel J.
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Here he identifies contributing economic forces; describes efforts to deal with the problem; recounts experiences in dealing with politicians, bureaucrats and others; and identifies 12 lessons that should have been learned from the farm debt crisis.
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Nationwide, rural voters make up less than 20 percent of the electorate. Yet in this election, unusually high numbers of white, working-class rural voters turned out in the Rust Belt and Midwest, upending Hillary Clinton's perceived "firewall" of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania in favor of Trump.
This is the epic story of how African-Americans, in the six decades following slavery, transformed themselves into a political people -- an embryonic black nation.
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The American South is where some of the most celebrated authors and poets like Eudora Welty, Harper Lee, Flannery O’ Connor, and William Faulkner come from. So to help us find the best books based in the South, we turned to Goodreads, where bibliophiles voted on the novels that vividly paint an accurate portrait of life near the Mason-Dixon Author: Michelle Darrisaw.
Tom Saler: The gap between rural and urban America is growing wider Tom Saler, Special to the Journal Sentinel Published p.m. CT Ap Row of mailboxes in a rural setting on a clear day. African Americans living in the rural South are more likely than other rural Americans to live in persistent poverty (with poverty rates of at least 20% since ) and to experience poor educational attainment, fewer economic opportunities, racism, and discrimination (3–5).Chronic exposure to such stressors can increase the likelihood of experiencing stress-related Cited by: 3.
The continent’s education crisis is serious and it adversely affects rural areas more than urban ones. African governments and their development partners should not underestimate the long-term Author: Julius Agbor. There’s an enduring crisis in South Africa, the effects of which will continue to be felt for decades to come.
Its impact is far reaching, from sprawling city to rural farmland. It does not discriminate against age, race or class, but its destruction is felt most deeply among the poor. It is a crisis that perpetuates inequality and poverty, and has the power to bring the country to.
This open access book looks at the migration of Southern European EU citizens (from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece) who move to Northern European Member States (Belgium, France, Germany, United Kingdom) in response to the global economic objective is twofold.
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