In a comprehensive interdisciplinary analysis that extends from the Civil War to the present, this book seeks to isolate the underlying causes of persistent rural poverty. It take a hard look at current and past programs to alleviate rural poverty and uses their failures to suggest alternatives that could improve the well-being of rural Americans.
Rural Poverty in the United StatesREADERSHIP:
Professional & Vocational
Columbia University PressPublication date:
160 x 235 x 34 mm
810 g Pages:
496 pages, 62 figures pagesTitle:
Rural Poverty in the United States