Education and Regional Growth in the Tennessee Valley
by George F. Gant & S.E. Torsten Lund - 1939
WITHIN the Tennessee Valley a new approach to regional and national problems is emerging. It is an approach, which cuts across the more arbitrary units of states and counties and which, recognizing that the Valley is a natural unit, attempts to deal with regional problems on a regional basis. It can be seen that this approach requires a definition of the problems, which are regional in their implication, and the development of relationships among governmental agencies so that their facilities can be used most effectively in solving these problems. Both of these processes are going on in the Tennessee Valley. The areas for regional effort are becoming clearer; the pattern of governmental cooperation on a regional basis is being set.
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