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Dr. Borsodi’s Quiet Revolution (Exeter, New Hampshire, today. Tomorrow the world?)

This article was written by Richard M. Bacon and was published in the May, 1973 issue of Yankee magazine

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Ralph Borsodi

Ralph Borsodi (1886-1977) is known for his practical experiments in self-sufficient living and community landholding during the 1920s and 1930s as well as for the books he wrote: The Distribution Age (1927), This Ugly Civilization (1929), and Flight from the City: An Experiment in Creative Living on the Land (1933). His education consisted of homeschooling, private school, and personal reading. After gaining … Continued

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