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Gillette, Wyo. once produced 40% of all U.S. coal, but is now losing half its jobs as coal demand plummets. A nearby town survived a bust in the 1950s and offers lessons.

Bust Times In A Former Wyoming Coal Boomtown

By Cooper McKim NPR
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