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Is the localism of the food essentially nullified by the fact that a majority of the diners are traveling thousands of miles to eat here?
Arguments about localism and sustainability may seem trite when most of the customers travel thousands of miles to eat a meal.
Diverse groups of people networked in equally diverse, and even mutually-contradictory ways—for profit, for community, for anarchy, for globalism, and for localism, among others.
The rules will benefit Americans by protecting localism, competition and diversity.
As for the protests themselves, Bassingthwaighte makes their localism clear.
For starters, a consistent localism is the best hope for conservatives on the national scale.
In the report, it had been made to sound like a paean to localism.
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