CSM on Georgia Map Controversy
Last Wednesday’s edition of the Christian Science Monitor had a long, thoughtful article about the State of Georgia’s decision to remove 488 communities from its official map: “[T]he action has triggered a deeper debate about how Americans view one another and their communities, and the importance tiny towns put on being recognized, if not in public discourse, at least by cartographers. Those designations are, for some, proof of their existence.”
Previously: Georgia Map Removal Update; Georgia Removes Nearly 500 Communities from the Map.
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