Ch. 2 Analysis

Ch. 2 Analysis - January 27, 2011 Emma Torpy PoliSci...

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Unformatted text preview: January 27, 2011 Emma Torpy PoliSci Breakout Ch. 2 Analysis In this chapter I enjoyed learning about how the geography of the state influenced communities and then influenced industry and then politics. I mean you know that industry and how people make their living influences their voting habits. It just is more interesting to see it trailed back to something so beyond human control. The fall line is an interesting way to divide up the state. Being from Atlanta, I assume that everywhere that isn’t in the greater Atlanta area is rural and agricultural and just full of bumpkins. I didn’t think or connect that the northern band of Georgia is manufacturing due to its mountainous and thus rough terrain. And I guess southern Georgia is more of the rural “utopia” I think of when I think of other areas of Georgia. If the divisions of Georgia were up to me, I would have divided it up between its metropolitan areas and the rural areas. This would seem to be the solution that counties provide. However, in the book areas and the rural areas....
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course POLS 1001 taught by Professor Cann during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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Ch. 2 Analysis - January 27, 2011 Emma Torpy PoliSci...

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