Amy Goldstein talks about her book, Janesville, about the closing of a General Motors assembly plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, during the Great Recession. She spoke at the 2017 Wisconsin Book Festival in Madison.
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Carmelo Davila Director Wisconsin Humanities Council->Working Lives Project
Amy Goldstein Staff Writer Washington Post->Social Policy
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