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Natural Disasters as a Catalyst for Social Capital: A Study of the 500-Year Flood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa unearths the vastly under-explored link between natural disasters and social capital. This book offers a new theory for why social capital shifts in society from one generation to another: the transformative impact of shared traumas. Get the book on Amazon today.


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