West Virginia


One place in the US insulated from the recession: West Virginia’s hollows
Michael Cook | Dec 8 2011 | comment  
As the locals joke sardonically, West Virginia is one of the few places in the US that has barely felt the effects of the current recession. It got there a long time ago. "I think the loss of population is the biggest problem ... we had at one time 13 car dealerships; now we have none," says a state senator.
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