By Aaron Cowan
How did tourism achieve a important function within the postwar American Rustbelt urban? and the way did tourism improvement reshape the which means and serve as of those towns? those are the questions on the middle of Aaron Cowan’s groundbreaking publication, A great position to Visit.
Cowan presents an insightful, comparative examine the ancient improvement of Cincinnati, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore within the post–World battle II interval to teach how city tourism supplied a possible strategy to the commercial woes of deindustrialization. A great position to Visit chronicles the visions of city leaders who deliberate lodges, conference facilities, stadiums, and competition marketplaces to remake those towns as vacationer locations. Cowan additionally addresses the ever present tensions among vacationer improvement and the desires and calls for of citizens in city communities.
A great position to Visit charts how those Rustbelt towns tailored to city decline and struggled to satisfy the problem of changing into an attractive position to go to, in addition to reliable and simply groups during which to live.
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A Nice Place to Visit: Tourism and Urban Revitalization in the Postwar Rustbelt (Urban Life, Landscape and Policy) by Aaron Cowan