The re-accomplishment of place in twentieth century Vermont and New Hampshire: history repeats itself, until it doesn’t

@article{Kaufman2011TheRO,
  title={The re-accomplishment of place in twentieth century Vermont and New Hampshire: history repeats itself, until it doesn’t},
  author={Jason Kaufman and Matthew Kaliner},
  journal={Theory and Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={40},
  pages={119-154}
}
Much recent literature plumbs the question of the origins and trajectories of “place,” or the cultural development of space-specific repertoires of action and meaning. This article examines divergence in two “places” that were once quite similar but are now quite far apart, culturally and politically speaking. Vermont, once considered the “most Republican” state in the United States, is now generally considered one of its most politically and culturally liberal. New Hampshire, by contrast, has… 

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