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Janesville: An American Story Financial Times And McKinsey Business Book Of The Year CEO READ Business Book Of The Year A New York Times Notable Book A Washington Post Notable Book An NPR Best Book Of A Wall Street Journal Best Book Of An Economist Best Book Of A Business Insider Best Book Of A Gripping Story Of Psychological Defeat And Resilience Bob Woodward, The Washington Post An Intimate Account Of The Fallout From The Closing Of A General Motors Assembly Plant In Janesville, Wisconsin, And A Larger Story Of The Hollowing Of The American Middle ClassThis Is The Story Of What Happens To An Industrial Town In The American Heartland When Its Main Factory Shuts Downbut Its Not The Familiar Tale Most Observers Record The Immediate Shock Of Vanished Jobs, But Few Stay Around Long Enough To Notice What Happens Next When A Community With A Can Do Spirit Tries To Pick Itself Up Pulitzer Prizewinning Reporter Amy Goldstein Spent Years Immersed In Janesville, Wisconsin, Where The Nations Oldest Operating General Motors Assembly Plant Shut Down In The Midst Of The Great Recession Now, With Intelligence, Sympathy, And Insight Into What Connects And Divides People In An Era Of Economic Upheaval, Goldstein Shows The Consequences Of One Of Americas Biggest Political Issues Her Reporting Takes The Reader Deep Into The Lives Of Autoworkers, Educators, Bankers, Politicians, And Job Re Trainers To Show Why Its So Hard In The Twenty First Century To Recreate A Healthy, Prosperous Working Class Moving And Magnificently Well Researched Janesville Joins A Growing Family Of Books About The Evisceration Of The Working Class In The United States What Sets It Apart Is The Sophistication Of Its Storytelling And Analysis Jennifer Senior, TheNew York Times Anyone Tempted To Generalize About The American Working Class Ought To Meet The People In Janesville The Reporting Behind This Book Is Extraordinary And The Storya Stark, Heartbreaking Reminder That Political Ideologies Have Real Consequencesis Told With Rare Sympathy And Insight Tracy Kidder, Pulitzer Prizewinning Author Of The Soul Of A New Machine

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4 thoughts on “Janesville: An American Story

  1. Frederic L Frederic L says:

    Very well written, lots of empathy but also objectivity Gripping account of a downfall due to the Great Financial Crisis and its aftermath.

  2. Alan F. Sewell Alan F. Sewell says:

    Even a small city wrenched by the worst of what a mighty recession metes out does not have a single fate Amy Goldstein tells the varied fates of the people of Janesville, Wisconsin beginning with the closing of Janesville s manufacturing plants in 2008 She retells the lives of those who lost their jobs, explaining how they have fared in the following eight years

  3. Richard Newton Richard Newton says:

    This is a very sad story It s about the failure of America No one individual or organization can be blamed This story is about the total meltdown of a society I grew up in Flint Michigan so I got to witness this first hand This may be the best description you ll read about what it s like to live in a failing economy.I also worked in job training programs This book give a

  4. FarmBoy FarmBoy says:

    Perhaps it s that, as the saying goes, familiarity breeds contempt As a fifth generation native of southern Wisconsin descended from immigrant dairy farmers who prospered in Rock, Green, and Dane Counties, but also of a father with an 8th grade education who spent a working life in a foundry in suburban Milwaukee perhaps I m too close to Marv and Matt Wopat and their colleagues to

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