Environment and Nation

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Environment and Nation

By Griffith Taylor
University of Chicago Press, 1936
571 pp. $4.00

A leading human geographer has in this sequel to his "Environment and Race" written a monumental treatise on the cultural geography of Europe. After placing the problem in its general historical setting, he takes up the countries individually, illustrating his points with a wealth of maps, diagrams and tables.

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