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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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this book describes history of American city after financial crisis at 2008, how people can unite around common problem and help each other
fascination longform look at the devastation of a community following economic change. Essential reading for a better understanding of the challenges working class people face and the lack of control from major economic shocks. This is as relevant to many parts of the UK as it is to the US.
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.