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The Rise and Fall of Burley Design Cooperative

Joel Schoening
Oregon Historical Quarterly
Vol. 111, No. 3 (Fall 2010), pp. 312-341
DOI: 10.5403/oregonhistq.111.3.0312
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5403/oregonhistq.111.3.0312
Page Count: 30
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Abstract I used to work as a machinist for a major steel company. I've always been kind of a hippy, and I wanted to work in a more benign industry. Where I used to work, we had contracts to make parts for bridges and dams, which I didn't mind that much. You know, everybody wants a house to live in and wants some electricity. When I found out that we were making cylinders for warships, I decided I wanted to move on in life.

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