Nightmare Island 

A look at trickle-down economics from a California shipyard.

The other day I picked up a book I hadn’t looked at in years. A Long Line of Ships was written by Arnold Lott, and published by the Naval Institute as part of the Mare Island Naval Shipyard’s 1954 centennial celebration…

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