This chapter looks at the history of education reform and its rural consequences. It focuses on two rural histories: the history of white Americans which reflects the political and economic events of a growing country and the history of African Americans. These historic accounts give shape and significance to the politics, economies, cultures, and racial structures in Delight and Earle.
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