Allyn & Bacon Social Atlas of the United States

Allyn & Bacon Social Atlas of the United States

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Frey, William H., Amy Anspach, John DeWitt, and SSDAN Staff. 2008. Allyn & Bacon Social Atlas of the United States. Boston : Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.

This brief and accessible atlas uses colorful maps, graphs, and some of the best social science data available to survey the leading social, economic, and political indicators of American society. Topics explored include: our aging population, changes in family structure, energy use and the environment, immigration, migration and social diversity, wealth and poverty, and educational attainment.

ISBN: 978-0205439171

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