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Contemporary Georgia | Kennesaw State University Archives

Title, Edition: Contemporary Georgia,
Copy Number: 2
Place of Publication: Athens, GA
Publisher: Carl Vinson Institute of Government, UGA
Publication Date: 1987
Number of Pages: 340
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Description: "Contemporary Georgia explains how the rapidly changing Georgia of today has emerged from the Georgia of yesterday -- through its triumphs and tribulations, its humanity and harshness, its strengths and failings. Rather than encountering the old myths of moonlight and magnolias, the reader gets a realistic view of Georgia's history, environment, economy, population, politics and government, public education, human services, and art and culture. The closing chapter captures the spirit of Georgia's complex personality with a visit to five different communities and a chance to listen to the people who live there." {From back cover]
Note: Donated to the Archives by Dr. Tom Scott.


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