Losing Ground, Part 3: Loss of blue-collar jobs destroys path to middle class

In the 1960s, the giant Colorado Fuel and Iron (CF&I)  steel plant on the southern end of Pueblo, now called EVRAZ Pueblo, was the economic engine and racial equalizer for Colorado's southernmost major city. By the early 1980s, manufacturing operations in Photo by
In the 1960s, the giant Colorado Fuel and Iron (CF&I) steel plant on the southern end of Pueblo, now called EVRAZ Pueblo, was the economic engine and racial equalizer for Colorado's southernmost major city. By the early 1980s, manufacturing operations in Photo by
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