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Table of Contents

Foreword
Beth Emshoff

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Toward One Oregon: A Declaration of Interdependence
Ethan Seltzer, Michael Hibbard, and Bruce Weber

Chapter 2. A Tale of Two Oregons: Common Aspirations, Different Contexts, and Critical Interdependencies in Urban and Rural Oregon
Sheila Martin and Bruce Weber

Chapter 3. From Urban Frontier to Metropolitan Region: Oregon’s Cities from 1870 to 2009
Carl Abbott

Chapter 4. Town and Country in Oregon: A Conflicted Legacy
William G. Robbins

Chapter 5. How Economically Interdependent is the Portland Metro Core with its Rural Periphery? A Comparison Across Two Decades
David Holland, Paul Lewin, Bruce Sorte, and Bruce Weber

Chapter 6. Analysis of Fiscal Flow in Oregon
Joseph Cortright

Chapter 7. The Politics of One Oregon: Causes and Consequences of the Rural-Urban Divide and Prospects for Overcoming It
Richard A. Clucas, Mark Henkels, and Brent S. Steel

Chapter 8. Critical Linkages: Strengthening Clusters in Urban and Rural Oregon
Sheila Martin

Chapter 9. Reframing our Common Cause in an Interdependent World
Ethan Seltzer, Michael Hibbard, and Bruce Weber

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