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Exploring The Beloved Country: American Society And Culture
by Wilbur Zelinsky
foreword by Donald W. Meining
University of Iowa Press, 1994
eISBN: 978-1-58729-262-0 | Paper: 978-0-87745-483-0
Library of Congress Classification E161.3.Z45 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 917.3

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

 For fifty years geographer Wilbur Zelinsky has charted the social, cultural, and historical map of the American experience. A self-confessed incurable landscape voyeur, he has produced order and pattern from massive amounts of data, zestfully finding societal meaning in the terra incognita of our postmodern existence. Now he has gathered his most original and exciting explorations into a volume that captures the nature and dynamics of this remarkable phenomenon we call the United States of America. Each the product of Zelinsky's joyous curiosity, these energetic essays trace the innermost contours of our bewildering American reality.



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