Recall, for example, the Equality of Opportunity Project's findings that the largest long-term declines in upward mobility had occurred in the middle classes in the Rust Belt
states--precisely where the Blue Wall collapsed.
Homeowners stuggling to pay off mortgages bigger than their house's value were concentrated in Rust Belt
cities, central Florida and Las Vegas.
Rising to the task of chronicling this epochal transformation is the University of Chicago public policy lecturer Chad Broughton, with his new book, Boom, Bust, Exodus: The Rust Belt
, the Maquilas, and a Tale of Two Cities.
* Haymaker--a rich orange that seems dirty, but upon a second glance, sparkles much like the charm of a rusty factory in one of America's Rust Belt
On Saturday Avakov hit out at what he called a "display of aggression by Russia" as heavily armed separatist militants launched a series of attacks on police headquarters across the eastern rust belt
The Road Through the Rust Belt
: From Preeminence to Decline to Prosperity
Lots of bad stuff happens to honest, hard-working Rust Belt
folk in "Little Accidents;' a sensitive and well-meaning but rather ordinary melodrama that wouldn't have seemed out of place as a network movie-of-the-week circa 1985.
It's inspired by life in Braddock, a 'Rust Belt
' town where the real life mayor's tattoos include the names of local murder victims.
Set in a depressed town in the Pennsylvania Rust Belt
, it's the story of two siblings, Russell Baze (Christian Bale) and his kid brother Rodney (Casey Affleck).
Brad's local market knowledge, experience and passion for providing great customer service will be a key for driving our growth in the Rust Belt
In this Apocalypse 2013 issue, reason highlights several disturbing trends at home and abroad: the government using your cellphone to track you without a warrant, municipalities going bankrupt, the deindustrialization of Rust Belt
cities like Detroit, the marriage of church and state in Russia, and more.
A lot of the business is worldwide, but much of it is emanating from Rust Belt
companies that hadn't bought parts or equipment in years but now suddenly want to improve their productivity because with natural gas as a cheap feedstock, they feel they can be truly competitive.
in more than a decade, and the first ever in the nation's union-heavy Rust Belt
. The law bans contracts that require employees to pay union dues.
The Rust Belt
tier includes Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Its downfall has already hit its Rust Belt
hometown of Rochester, New York, with employment there falling to about 7,000 from more than 60,000 in Kodak's halcyon days.