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Boise Survey

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Boise Survey by William Martin Proctor is an engaging and thought-provoking read that delves into the complex issues surrounding a small town's struggle for survival. The author expertly weaves together multiple storylines, each exploring different facets of the town's challenges, from environmental concerns to political corruption.

Proctor's writing is rich and descriptive, painting a vivid picture of the town and its inhabitants. The characters are well-developed and relatable, each dealing with their own personal demons while also trying to navigate the larger societal issues at play.

One of the strengths of Boise Survey is its ability to tackle serious issues while still maintaining a sense of hope and optimism. Proctor doesn't shy away from the darker aspects of the town's problems, but he also highlights the resilience and determination of its residents to bring about positive change.

Overall, Boise Survey is a compelling and timely read that will resonate with readers who appreciate a well-crafted story with depth and substance. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a thought-provoking and engaging read.

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A complete survey of the Independent Boise School District, Boise, Idaho was conducted over two weeks, with the purpose to study and observe the schools in operation, including the systems of financing and filing educational records. Facts are presented alongside conclusions and recommendations to be understood the general public as to the importance of educational enterprise. - Summary by Leon Harvey


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