Mending Broken Bow

Small-town American life has been idealized for generations, but since the 1920s, the populations of most rural area have actually been in decline. And with fewer residents, small towns have seen their economies shrink as well. NPR's Snigdha Prakash reports from Broken Bow, Nebraska, where a new program is trying to counter that trend by training rural entrepreneurs.

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