Travel with a Beveridge: Another mill folds

in Monessen Rising

And then came the announcement from the steel mill in nearby Monessen, where he had worked since before World War II: The plant was shutting down for good on Feb. 17 of that year. Our lives spiraled Being the first to receive pink slips, the Page employees weren't offered extended unemployment paychecks and free retraining as were the masses who would join the ranks of the unemployed in America's rust belt by the mid 1980s. With two sons about to enter

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