Toward a resurgent Georgia ruraldom

  The “selling concept” holds that if consumers or businesses are left to themselves, they won’t buy enough of the selling company’s products. The producer, then, needs to undertake an aggressive promotional campaign to combat that customer inertia. Blues singer...

Berkeley and Valdosta: a tale of two cities

  While conservative commentator Ann Coulter was forced to cancel her appearance at the University of California-Berkeley due to threatened violence, law enforcement officers in Valdosta– a medium-sized South Georgia town– met with both supporters and...

Rural development— and a burned out bridge

  Before the ink was dry on a US Department of Transportation pledge to give $10 million for the replacement of a still smoldering collapsed portion of I-85 in Atlanta, metro legislators were criticizing a well-thought-out, hard-fought-for, and long overdue...

Two Georgias: enough already

  The “infinite monkey theorem” holds that, given an infinite amount of time, a chimpanzee hitting random keys at a keyboard will almost surely produce a literary text.  Think Shakespeare’s sonnets or “King Lear,” for example. While the Georgia Legislature...

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