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Excerpt from Rural Social Organization in Litchfield County, Connecticut
Since dairying is a major agricultural enterprise in New England, the focus of the study is upon the rural-farm people of Litchfield county who earn their living by selling fluid milk. But sharing the spotlight are their neighbors who may raise poultry, lay bricks, run turret lathes, 'or work in offices. Together they have developed a social organization unique in rural society. Its structure and operation, its adaptability and its stresses and strains are analyzed in the present report.
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bound: 146 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 22, 2017)
isbn: 0259988626, 978-0259988625,
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