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Voices from the Rust Belt / edited by Anne Trubek.

Trubek, Anne, 1966- (editor.). Marino, Jacqueline, (author.). Music, Marsha, (author.). Shaffer, Amanda, (author.). Faulk, David, (author.). Klein, Jeff Z., (author.). Meillier, Layla, (author.). Newman, Dave, (author.). Woodyard, Eric, (author.). Gwin, Ben, (author.). Taylor, Henry Louis, Jr., (author.). Foley, Aaron, (author.). Al-Marashi, Huda, 1977- (author.). Clayton, John Lloyd, (author.). Schnurr, Ryan, (author.). Griffioen, James D., (author.). Anderson, Eric, (author.). Whelan, Carolyne, (author.). Bayne, Martha, (author.). Flinn , Kathryn M., (author.). Donley, Gregory M., (author.). Errico, Sally, (author.). Sullivan, Margaret, (author.). Segedy, Jason, (author.). Coyne, Connor, (author.).
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  • 5 of 5 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Carnegie PL of Steuben Co - Angola 977.034 VOI (Text) 33118000184339 Adult: New Book Available -
Mooresville PL - Mooresville 977.034 VOI (Text) 37323005388361 NONFIC Available -
Plainfield-Guilford Twp PL - Plainfield 977.034 Voices (Text) 31208912567825 non-fiction Available -
Whiting PL - Whiting 977.034 V87 (Text) 51735011867958 Adult department Available -
Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial 977 VOICES (Text) 33946003333734 Nonfiction . 2nd Floor Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781250162977
  • Physical Description: vi, 245 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Picador, 2018.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction: why the Rust Belt matters (and what it is) / Anne Trubek -- A girl's Youngstown / Jacqueline Marino -- The kidnapped children of Detroit / Marsha Music -- Busing, a white girl's tale / Amanda Shaffer -- North Park, with and without hate / Jeff Z. Klein -- Moundsville / David Faulk -- Love and survival: a Flint romance / Layla Meillier -- A middle-aged student's guide to social work / Dave Newman -- Fresh to death / Eric Woodyard -- Rust belt heroin chic / Ben Gwin -- Will blacks rise or be forgotten in the new Buffalo? / Henry Louis Taylor Jr. -- Can Detroit save white people? / Aaron Foley -- Cleveland's little Iraq / Huda Al-Marashi -- A night at the Golden Lion Lounge / John Lloyd Clayton -- Family bones / Ryan Schnurr -- The fauxtopias of Detroit's suburbs / James D. Griffioen -- Pretty things to hang on the wall / Eric Anderson -- King Coal and the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum / Carolyne Whelan -- Seed or weed? On the evolution of Chicago's Bloomingdale trail / Martha Bayne -- This is a place / Kathryn M. Flinn -- That better place; or, the problem with mobility / G. M. Donley -- Losing Lakewood / Sally Errico -- Notes from the expatriate underground / Margaret Sullivan -- Confessions of a Rust Belt orphan; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love Akron / Jason Segedy -- Bathtime / Connor Coyne.
Summary, etc.:
"Describes the changing economic and cultural worlds of the generations of Americans who live in Detroit, Cleveland, Flint, Buffalo and other cities that make up the “Post-Industrial Midwest” that has been in decline for decades." -- Provided by Publisher.
Subject: Middle West > Economic conditions.
Middle West > Social conditions.

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