A country’s economic power comes from manufacturing. But while other countries have industrial policies, America has a de-industrialization policy. We have handed our country’s manufacturing capacity over to other countries, and as a result we have to borrow more and more to be able to buy the things that we used to make. How did this come to be? Who would be against American manufacturing?
Read the three-part series by Dave Johnson:
Part I: Who Would Be Against American Manufacturing?
Part II: Who Opposes American Manufacturing?
Part III: Who Else is Against American Manufacturing?
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