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Over several years, the author crisscrossed the usa, talking to people, doing research, and getting a real feel for how the various regions of the country operate, what they consider important, and how they get along with the rest of the country. Americas pathway for growth in 1981, joel garreau wrote the nine nations of north america, a book that divided america into a map of cultures and values. Actually, the books real title is american nations. If you actually read the book, you will find that he distinctly excludes certain areas as being unitary cultural phenonmena, outside of the norm of its surrounding cultural nations.1282 733 665 615 1634 43 1061 728 311 797 1372 633 1367 433 383 1553 342 232 1264 143 353 1461 1473 665 71 493 905 141