A Tale Of Three Cities: Detroit, Toronto, And Pittsburgh In A Post-Industrialized World

The July 2013 bankruptcy filing by the city of Detroit — at up to $20 billion, the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history — marked the culmination of the multidecade decline for what was once the world’s number-one automobile manufacturing center. Detroit: A Modern-Day Catastrophe

Posted: 2013-10-09 13:08:00

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