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Rocky Mountain High: Economic Privilege in Campaigns Against Multinational Mining in the 1970s

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This paper will analyze the strategies mobilized by the ski town of Crested Butte, Colorado against the multinational firm AMAX in its bid to open a molybdenum mine. These duelling campaigns for and against mining were powerfully shaped by histories of U.S. settler colonialism and transformations in the international economic order.

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