By J. M. Blaut (auth.), Stephen Gale, Gunnar Olsson (eds.)
In any edited quantity so much credits is because of the person authors. the current case is not any exception and we as editors have performed little except serving as coordinators for a bunch of pals and associates. For as soon as, the responsi bilities are shared. We consider that the gathering provides a good illustration of the actions on the frontier of human geography in North the US. no matter if those premonitions could be additional substantiated is naturally to be obvious. meanwhile, we take safe haven in Vico's announcing that "doctrines needs to take their starting from that of the problem of which they treat". And but we additionally be aware of that new remedies by no means result in fmal ends, yet particularly to new doctrines and to new beginnings. it's also a excitement to recognize these publishers and authors who've given permission to reprint copyrighted fabrics: organization of yank Geographers for Leslie J. King's 'Alternatives to a good fiscal Geography', Annals of the organization of yankee Geographers, Vol. 66,1976; Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. for Yi-Fu Tuan's 'Space and position: Human istic Perspective', in Christopher Board et al. (eds. ), development in Geography, Vol. 6, 1974; monetary Geography for David Harvey's 'Population, assets, and the Ideology of technology' ,Economic Geography, Vol. SO, 1974; Institute of British Geographers for David Ley's 'Social Geography and the Taken-for-Granted World', Transactions of the Institute of British Geogra phers, Vol. 2, 1977; and North-Holland Publishing corporation for Allen J.