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What causes communities to prosper?


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David L. Darling, Author
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"All communities such as Manhattan, Kansas, go through periods of prosperity and retrenchment. Some even disappear completely (Fitzgerald, 1988). Internal and external forces are always acting on the community as a system that prefers stability but rarely characterized as stagnation. And, even if stability seems to exists, it is only a temporary state. See Figure 1, The Community Life Cycle (Darling et al., 1994)."
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SNPL00570023v00d
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English
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
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What causes communities to prosper?
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What causes communities to prosper?


"All communities such as Manhattan, Kansas, go through periods of prosperity and retrenchment. Some even disappear completely (Fitzgerald, 1988). Internal and external forces are always acting on the community as a system that prefers stability but rarely characterized as stagnation. And, even if stability seems to exists, it is only a temporary state. See Figure 1, The Community Life Cycle (Darling et al., 1994)."