A Good Place to Live: America's Last Migration

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Many Americans in pursuit of a stronger sense of community move to areas which they believe embody this quality. The exodus has developed in city and suburb, town and country and is directed toward places which recapture some of the archetypical small town life of the American past (the best efforts of Mark Twain and Sinclair Lewis to dispell the myths of small town life seem to have been forgotten). This small town feel must be wedded in the minds of the searchers with the convenience of modern amenities to produce the ...

A Good Place to Live: America's Last Migration 1995, Henry Holt & Company, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805023527

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