Connected: The Berkshire Towns' Common Ground
Once defined almost entirely by heavy manufacturing and tourism, the Berkshire region is now in the midst of a major transformation. No more is its well-being dependent on General Electric and Sprague, nor are its scenic towns considered merely a playground for affluent New Yorkers. The rising tide of economic prosperity throughout much of New York and New England has finally touched the Berkshires.
John R. Mullin and Zenia Kotval. "Connected: The Berkshire Towns' Common Ground" Massachusetts Benchmark (2001): 19-23.
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