In the film Gone with The Wind, what is one conflict apparent in the urban setting versus the rural setting?

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In many respects, the battles that are present are predominantly North v. South.  Yet, the underlying battle is fought between modernity and tradition.  It is here where the dynamic of rural vs. urban can be seen.  To a great extent, Tara represents the tradition of the past, anachronistic to the modern...

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