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Drawing on case reviews which diversity in place from the Mississippi Valley to New Mexico, from the Southern Andes to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Madison County, Virginia, the booklet explores and discusses groups from an entire diversity of sessions, from Pre-Columbian to the overdue vintage. Discussions of tangible groups are strengthened through robust debate on, for instance, the excellence among 'Imagined neighborhood' and 'Natural Community.'
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