Deindustrialization in New England Retrenchment Federal assistance Economic development Small business financing in mid-Twentieth-century New England Small business finance and electronics spinoff companies along Route 128 Responses to deindustrialization in New England during the cold war years Conclusions.
Focuses on Massachusetts textile industries to understand the process of deindustrialization and three common responses to it: cutbacks in regulation, federal intervention, and economic development.
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Print version: Koistinen, David. Confronting decline : the political economy of deindustrialization in twentieth-century New England. Gainesville : University Press of Florida,  xii, 331 pages Working in the Americas