The author here shows that the interests of the small town and of the country around it are closely bound together, that the town originally was and will continue to be a country agency. Miller's chief desire has been to tell progressive townsmen some of the things a countryman sees and thinks when he looks toward the town, what he considers the meaning of the town to be to him and his fellows, and how to promote understanding between the two. Originally published in 1928.
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