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The hard times faced by the American working class in the nation’s rust belt inform these poetic oral histories.
In the narrative and investigative tradition of Gwendolyn Brooks, Edward Sanders, and Muriel Rukeyser, this riveting collection of poetic plays and photo-documentary poems exposes the human cost of corporate greed and gives voice to the growing crisis faced in industrial communities across America.
|Coffee House Press
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