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Image of small-town America is an enduring myth

Published 08/22/2011, McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)

More than a century after the American people migrated from the farms to the cities, and then to the suburbs, the image of small-town America endures as the birthplace of solid character and sound values. In the gauzy image of politics, as in popular culture dating back more than a century, small-town America is a place where the people go to church, work hard and help one another in ways unknown in the cities and suburbs of America.

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