Jan 23, 12 •
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Businesses, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Developing Economies, Economic History, Innovation, International Trade and Finance, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement •
Elaine Schwartz •
A friend recently said to me, “The U.S. just doesn’t make anything anymore.” But we do. It’s just harder to see it. To observe contemporary U.S. manufacturing, you could go to Greenville, South Carolina. At an auto parts factory making
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