Mayo, M. P. (2011). Bootleggers, lobstermen & lumberjacks: Fifty of the grittiest moments in the history of hardscrabble New England. Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot, p.189.
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As in: “In recent decades economists have tried to move beyond historical explanations of high and low GDP growth rates by using econometric techniques to test the significance of different causes of high and low growth.”
Perkins, D. H. (2013). East Asian Development: Foundations and Strategies. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, p. 48.
As in: “The prize is not civic debate for its own sake but the formulation of policies to confront ontological insecurity by introducing democratically acceptable measures to mitigate the sustainability crisis.”
Friedrichs, J. (2013). The future is not what it used to be: Climate change and energy scarcity. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, p.176.
For definitions of ontological, consult the Oxford English Dictionary.
To learn more about ontological insecurity, consult the Credo Reference Collection.
Tartsinis, A. M. (2013). An American Style: Global sources for New York textile and fashion design 1915-1928. New York, NY: Bard Graduate Center, p. 39.