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The Ozarks: Many People, One Land

  • Aired: 01/06/2013
  • 28:41
  • Rating: NR
The world seems to increasingly shrink due to transportation and communication improvements and through the immigration of peoples and cultures as they relocate into all parts of our country. The same is true of the Ozarks. At one time seemingly insulated in some ways, the Ozarks increasingly reflects these changing shifts occurring in other parts of our country.
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Brooks Blevins provides a snapshot of the many residents who call the Ozarks home.
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