Encyclopedia of Rural America
The Land and PeopleBook - 1997
History, sociology, anthropology, and public policy are combined to deliver the encyclopedia destined to become the standard reference work in American rural studies.
• Includes a letter from Bob Kahn and Vince Cerf, the individuals who credit Gore with being the original key sponsor of legislation that took the Internet from being solely a military application to being widely used by the public
• Contains photos depicting Gore throughout his life and career
A two-volume reference of American rural life. Contains 230-plus alphabetically arranged entries on topics ranging from agriculture, the arts, business and economics, the environment, health and medicine, humanities, policy issues, and social sciences. Clear two-column format with entries ranging from one to several pages. Appropriate for high school and above. Index in second volume. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.