Democratic Initiatives and Community Development
by Christopher Gunn
Hazel Dayton Gunn
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Published by Cornell University Press
Price $14.95 (paperback)
Towns...often eagerly await the day when the golden arches sprout next door to the local car dealership. But what really happens to a community with the arrival of the uni-burger?
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Christopher Gunn teaches economics at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Hazel Dayton Smith is a freelance editor and weaver.