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Community and Social Change in Americaby Thomas Bender
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Did urbanization kill communities in the 19th century, or even earlier? Many historians proclaim that it did, but author Bender says otherwise. Here he argues that community survived the trials of industrialization and urbanization and remains a fundamental element of American society.
Did urbanization kill 'community' in the nineteenth century, or even earlier? In this highly regarded volume Bender argues not only that community survived the trials of industrialization and urbanization but that it remains a fundamental element of American society today.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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