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I thought Amy Goldstein did a fantastic job of showing the human side of political policy and corporate decisions. The stories she told were emotional and often very moving.
Joy Osmanski did a great job narrating.
While I may disagree on a political level with the conclusions reached in this book, I am happy that I listened to it.
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I was draw to this book by its FT Award. Living in New England and the world described in this book has brought me a very different perspective. Great book.
Gives names and faces to the residents of towns where major employers stop operations. Very interesting. Wish we could have gotten a better understanding of rescue relations between Janesville and the other town that made up the Rock 5.0. But, that's a small gripe.