politico-economic

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politico- +‎ economic

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politico-economic (not comparable)

  1. Political and economic
    • 2003, Wilma P. Dunaway, “Introduction”, in Slavery in the American Mountain South, page 1:
      The incorporation of Southern Appalachia entailed nearly one hundred fifty years of ecological, politico-economic, and cultural change.

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