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Our changing rural society

James H. Copp

Our changing rural society

perspectives and trends

by James H. Copp

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Published by Iowa State U.P .
Written in English


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Published under auspices of Rural Sociological Society and Center for Agricultural and Economic Development. Iowa State University.

Statement[ed. by] J.H. Copp.
ContributionsIowa State University of Science and Technology (Ames). Center for Agricultural and Economic Development.
The Physical Object
Pagination354p.
Number of Pages354
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13655651M

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