Mining companies have developed various tactics to overcome local opposition, but also to assert a sense of “belonging” in a contentious social landscape. They invoke alluring narratives about jobs, small-town neighborliness, corporate citizenship and responsibility, Wisconsin's supposed mining tradition, the role of resource extraction in modern civilization, and environmental sustainability
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