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Product NameSeeing Like A State: How Certain Schemes To Improve The Human Condition Have Failed
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AuthorJames C. Scott
Page Count464
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Published02/08/1999
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Long DescriptionHow much does your child know about Kansas? Wheat fields, buffalo, and salt mines are part of Kansas' rich heritage. Your third grade student will learn about this intriguing state as he works his way through the Lifepac 3rd Grade History and Geography Unit 2 Worktext. Format: Paperback. Grade Level: 3rd Grade.
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We have battery backups, commercial level internet and off-site redundant backups. But because most of the county lost power and our battery backups only last a couple hours, our servers all shut down. Internet in the area was out as well due to the ice storm. Trees took out power lines, phone lines and internet lines all over the state.

We restored power to the building through the use of a generator, but the internet was still off-line until crews could restore the cables.

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