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Home in a Can: When Trailers Offered a Compact Version of the American Dream

Mobile homes have a bad rap. The minute you utter the words, "trailer park," many people will come back with stereotypes about "trailer trash," or slovenly, ignorant, beer-swilling yokels who leave busted appliances and inoperable cars outside their mobile homes. Th…

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