Future Here Now: The Future of Rural looks surprisingly like its past
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This week’s Future Here Now focuses on a particular type of location: the future of rural places, especially in the U.S. Rural places have been stereotyped as backward and slow to progress for much of the last 200 years, but a closer look at history shows us that most rural places were as deeply impacted by the Industrial Era as cities were.
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