Anarchy and Community in the New American West: Madrid, New Mexico, 1970-2000
By: Kathryn Hovey (author)Hardback
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Hovey (sociology, Albuquerque Technical Vocational Community College and U. of New Mexico-Albuquerque) explains how dropouts from the 1960s resettled the ghost town in northern New Mexico. Overcoming suspicions that she was from the FBI, or The National Enquirer, or maybe both, she gained information on such aspects as the counter-culture migration
The American West: Its Importance to Madrid; Constraints and Promises for the Future in the West; Madrid's Resettlement: The Counterculture Migration; Social Relations: The Intricate Social and Political Fabric of Madrid; The Cult of the Individual: Defiant Individualism as a Basis for a Loosely Tied Community; Natural Experiments in Community; Madrid and the West: The future of Dispersive Community; Index.
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