Definitions for politico-economic
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Political and economic.
"The incorporation of Southern Appalachia entailed nearly one hundred fifty years of ecological, politico-economic, and cultural change." (Wilma P. Dunaway, Slavery in the American Mountain South: "Introduction" 1, 2003)
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