The nine nations of North America

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Houghton Mifflin, 1981 - History - 427 pages
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Redivides North America into nine powers which are seen as the continent's emerging realities, and explains the distinct cultural, ethnic, and geographic identities of each

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User Review  - Josh - Goodreads

This reads like the history behind the Hunger Games, but is presented with the socio-anthropological understanding of how regionalization doesn't necessarily have to create a dystopia. Not bad at all for 35 year-old research. Read full review

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User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

The Nine Nations of North America by Joel Garreau (Avon Books 1981)(973.92). The author argues that the state borders in North America, Canada, and Mexico are arbitrary and provide no meaningful ... Read full review

Contents

THE NINE NATIONS I
1
NEW ENGLAND
14
THE FOUNDRY
49
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JOEL GARREAU is a student of culture, values and change. The author of the bestselling "Edge City: Life on the New Frontier "and" The Nine Nations of North America," he is a reporter and editor at "The Washington Po"st, a member of the scenario-planning organization Global Business Network, and has served as a senior fellow at George Mason University and the University of California at Berkeley. He has appeared on such national media as Good Morning America, Today, The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, NBC "Nightly News," ABC's "World News Tonight," and NPR's "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered," He lives in Broad Run, Virginia.

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