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The Postindustrial Butte
of the city's biggest tourist attractions. The city attracted workers from Ireland, Wales, England, Lebanon, Canada, Finland, Austria, Serbia, Italy, China, Syria, Croatia, Montenegro, Mexico, and all areas of the USA. Butte has the distinction of being near the dividing line in terms of Pro-Sports markets so the city receives both Seattle and Denver teams games on local cable channels. At first only gold and silver were mined in the area, but the advent failure of Articles of Confederation of electricity caused a soaring demand for copper, which was abundant in the area. The racial makeup of the city was.38 White,.16 African American,.99 Native American,.43 Asian,.06 Pacific Islander,.59 from other races, and.39 from two or more races. Rickards, first Lieutenant Governor of Montana *Fritzi Ridgeway, actress *Michael Sells, professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Chicago * Jim Sweeney, head football coach at Washington State University and longtime head coach at Fresno State University *Montana Taylor, pianist *George Leo Thomas, Bishop. The Dumas Brothel, widely considered America's longest running house of prostitution "The Richest Hill on Earth - A History of Butte, Montana by Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives Staff, 2003 (CD-ROM) * Venus Alley * Mai Wah Museum iwah. There were a number of clashes between laborers, labor organizers, and the Anaconda company, including the lynching of IWW activist Frank Little, and at one point, Pinkerton Agency guards hired by The Company resorted to gunning down strikers in the Anaconda Road Massacre.
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an era following industrialization: The economy of the postindustrial society is based on the provision.
The postindustrial society emphasizes not the production of goods, but of services, which depend on intelligent designers and users of technology.
Contemporary narratives of the decline of basic industry on both sides of the Atlantic make the postindustrial transformation of old manufacturing.
Montana: The Magazine of Western History 52 (2 20-37. "Environmental Equity: Reducing Risk for All Communities." EPA A230-R-92-008; two volumes (June 1992). Butte was main Currents in American Poli also known as "the Gibraltar of Unionism with a very active labor union movement that sought to counter the power and influence of the Anaconda company, which was also simply known as "The Company." At one time, not only was there considerable activism. (London: Routledge Kegan Paul). By wwii, copper production from the ACM's holdings in Chuquicamata, Chile, far exceeded Butte's production.
Environmental Policy and Equity: the case of Superfund. Regulating Toxic Substances (NY: Oxford.