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Re-made in the USA : how we can restore jobs, retool manufacturing, and compete with the world

Author: Todd Lipscomb
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2011.
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"A business-based rallying cry to reclaim the US economy. There is a nagging feeling that the U.S. is slipping as a nation and our people are powerless to do anything to fix it. Issues such as jobs, product quality and safety, wages, the economy, and our status as the world's leading superpower are all tied together with our massive trade deficit. Re-Made in the USA addresses these issues using the author's  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Todd Lipscomb
ISBN: 9780470929926 0470929928
OCLC Number: 669262710
Description: vi, 234 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction ----
PART ONE. THE CHALLENGES AMERICA FACES. 1. Why Buying American Is Critical ---
2. How This Happened: The Rise of the Power Exporters and Wal-Mart ---
3. The Energy Deficit Is Solvable ---
4. Dispelling the Service Economy Myth: Deindustrialization Means Fewer Jobs, Lower Pay, and Less Opportunity ---
5. Economic Judgment Day ----
PART TWO. HOW AMERICA'S COMPETITORS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF US. 6. China's Grand Game: The Rise of a Superpower ---
7. The Unfair Playing Field Abroad ---
8. The Race to the Lowest Common Denominator ----
PART THREE. REBUILDING AMERICAN MANUFACTURING. 9. The American Advantage ---
10. What Can Our People Do? ---
11. What Can Our Government Do? ---
12. What Should Companies Do? ---
13. Bringing It Together: Action Steps for America ----
Conclusion: Be a Hero.
Other Titles: Remade in the USA
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A business-based rallying cry to reclaim the US economy There is a nagging feeling that the U.S. is slipping as a nation and our people are powerless to do anything to fix it.  Read more...

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