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A great approach and step in the right direction of addressing a gap in how we vote and thus divide our nation.
I found this book very helpful in figuring out what's happening to this country, and maybe finding a little room for hope that the current turmoil will pass.
The book is well written, easy to read and filled with interesting interviews from influential people in each of the community types.
A wonderful look at how our country is laid out, NOT by the "numbers", but by the socio-geographic areas where we live. It was very readable, and gives food for thought.Published 9 months ago by Gloria F. Green
if you've ever traveled around the United States and wondered, "How did this area become so different from the one I live in?" This book explains. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sandra L Bailey
Changes the reader's simple thinking about red states and blue states (and assumptions therein) for good. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jill Darley-Vanis
I read this book with interest though there were places in the book where it seemed to be a bit un-objective.
but it was a nice way to start looking at society in the US. Read more
Reads easily even though there are statics & data. Gave insight into how the nation votes. Passed the book onto others to enjoy.Published 16 months ago by Jayne Pivovar
Similar to the Nine Nations of North America (Garreau, 1981), but a county-based update. Explains much of what is happening across the US. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Scott M. Kruse
Good but left out Pornovilles, like Hollywood, California...Irvine too....and Santa Barbara....downtown....Downtown Santa Barbara is chock full of scantily clad wiener wantersPublished 16 months ago by Indigenous wise man
I am not one for statistics and boring numbers. This was a great book if you have trouble falling asleep... did the trick every time...Published 18 months ago by Leslie
My wife keeps referring to the types of community that surround us plus all the cities and towns we visit. Good perspectives and historical data. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ricardo Alonso Jr.