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Geographical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East Coast has usually had a larger proportion of fans than other areas, though the Pacific Coast also shows notable concentrations. Most [[fans]] are in the United States and, after that, in the British Isles; there are a few dozen each in Canada and Australia/New Zealand. Of the many [[fans]] outside the Anglo-Saxon world relatively few are in contact with our branches of [[fandom]]. Ordinarily, more [[fans]] per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other [[fans]] are easier; certainly [[fan]] activity is on the whole more advanced in the Metropolitan areas. But all have their ups and downs.  
 
Geographical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East Coast has usually had a larger proportion of fans than other areas, though the Pacific Coast also shows notable concentrations. Most [[fans]] are in the United States and, after that, in the British Isles; there are a few dozen each in Canada and Australia/New Zealand. Of the many [[fans]] outside the Anglo-Saxon world relatively few are in contact with our branches of [[fandom]]. Ordinarily, more [[fans]] per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other [[fans]] are easier; certainly [[fan]] activity is on the whole more advanced in the Metropolitan areas. But all have their ups and downs.  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:01, 25 December 2019

From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959
Geographical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East Coast has usually had a larger proportion of fans than other areas, though the Pacific Coast also shows notable concentrations. Most fans are in the United States and, after that, in the British Isles; there are a few dozen each in Canada and Australia/New Zealand. Of the many fans outside the Anglo-Saxon world relatively few are in contact with our branches of fandom. Ordinarily, more fans per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other fans are easier; certainly fan activity is on the whole more advanced in the Metropolitan areas. But all have their ups and downs.

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