The Midwest as an Aspirational Region
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#1 Sep 1, 2013
CLUES FROM THE PAST: THE MIDWEST AS AN ASPIRATIONAL REGION
by Joel Kotkin Mark Schill and Ryan St... 02/23/2012
The American Great Lakes region has long been a region defined by the forces of production, both agricultural and industrial. From the 1840s on, the region forged a legacy of productive power, easily surpassing the old northeast as the primary center of American industrial and agricultural might.
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