"Amateurs talk tactics, dilettantes talk strategy and professionals
talk logistics." Military saying.
An outsider with even a slim knowledge of geography, and it's role in American economic history has to notice is the way the old mental maps and logical patterns that lead to the region's growth somehow got lost or distorted as state maps grew (based on the false idea that politics trumped physical reality) in importance. The problem is that the basic logistics that Andrew Carnegie and Cornelius Vanderbilt knew so well hasn't changed. We need their maps.
Heads up on a major Cleveburgh planning and brainstorming conference on May 21st in Youngstown.
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