Chapter 10: Competing Geographies of Welfare Capitalism and its Workers: Kohler Village and the Spatial Politics of Planned Company Towns
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10 Competing geographies of welfare capitalism and its workers: Kohler Village and the spatial politics of planned company towns Kathryn J. Oberdeck This chapter offers a case study of spatial politics produced by welfare-capitalist company town p...

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