Robert D. Feldstein's Better Together

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In “Better Together” authors Robert D. Putnam and Lewis M. Feldstein are pro community. In their book they give a few examples of how different communities come together to accomplish common goals. Right from the beginning the authors state what it takes to have an abundant community, “they all involve making connections among people, establishing bonds of trust and understanding, building community.”(Putnam 1) Additionally, I believe that the purpose of this book was to inform the reader about the different shapes and sizes of a community. Furthermore, a community is whatever people make it out to be like, “a civic organization, a bowling league, a labor union, the Ku Klux Klan. As that last example illustrates, social capital can be put

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