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Rural HistoryDudley presents a subtle, insightful, and nuanced treatment of the rural 'community' itself, emphasizing its divisions and contradictions. . . . [A] very good and enlightening book. With Debt and Dispossession, Kathryn Dudley joins the ranks of such anthropologists as Jane Adams, Deborah Fink, and Sonya Salamon who are presently doing more than rural historians to illuminate the nature and texture of rural American society.
— David Danbom