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Voices from the Rust Belt by Anne Trubek: Picked up on a whim as a gateway read for starting a book club, I must say that I have thoroughly enjoyed this collection of essays. Hearing many different voices from those whom live in rust best cities in the USA has given me pause and has allowed me to reconsider the value of the city where I live and those which surround me within a couple hours drive. Looking for a way to recreate the learning opportunities which regular weekend trips to rust best city would offer, in the time of the pandemic we are living in where travel is out of the question, this book has helped to fill such a voice. For anyone that is interested in learning more about cities, or wants to hear different perspectives on growing up in changing places, this book is definitely worth the read.

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