Urban Research Monitor HUD
September/October 2000 Vol. 5 · Issue 4
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Poverty Persists in Rural and Small Town America

Worlds Apart: Why Poverty Persists in Rural America
Cynthia M. Duncan
Yale University Press, 1999

Working Hard and Making Do: Surviving in Small Town America
Margaret K. Nelson and Joan Smith
University of California Press, 1999

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