Abandoned Packard Plant in Detroit 2009

Americans in the 1970s noticed the “deindustrialization” of much of their country. The Midwest, once the nation’s booming industrial heartland, was now a “Rust Belt.” Here, a contemporary photograph depicts abandoned automobile plants in Detroit, Michigan, the hardest hit major city in America. Abandoned Packard Automotive Plant in Detroit, Michigan. Via Wikimedia.

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