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Hope Is Not a Plan: The Myth of American Manufacturing
In building a case for an American manufacturing renaissance, economists cite increasing productivity, cheap natural gas, and rising value-added figures to show that manufacturing is in good shape and ... read more
Democrats Must Reclaim the Center … by Moving Hard Left
Progressive Democrats, buoyed by a number of high-profile victories, insist that if the party is to have any hope of fending off Trumpism ... the 2008 crisis while accelerating the decline of American ... read more
Should e-cigs be marketed as a public-health benefit? UK report adds new fuel to debate over efforts to reduce smoking.
The FDA announced plans on ... “Meanwhile, American authorities, in pursuit of a ‘tobacco-free society’ and a ‘tobacco endgame,’ demonize all smoke-free products with untruths and give continuing life ... read more
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The manufacturing myth
Republicans have become born-again champions of American manufacturing, especially given crucial primaries occurring next week in Michigan and the following week in Ohio. President Barack Obama also w... read more
A Modernized Version of Andrew Carnegie's 'The Gospel of Wealth'
Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American industrialist who became one ... On the other end, the employer is little better than a myth to his employees. They are divided, and they do not interact regula... read more
What happened to American Dream?
It was called the American ... in manufacturing, the Promise Indiana idea of starting in the formative years has taken off through a program centered in its community foundation. Using the vehicle of ... read more
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A new convention center, the construction of luxury hotels, and the opening of major-chain restaurants like Hard Rock Café heralded hope for Center ... which is not only Philadelphia’s story, but also ... read more
The World of Eduardo Galeano
Particularly in his later works, he would blend reportage, anecdote, history, myth, testimony ... At the heart of his Pan-American vision was the idea, or perhaps the hope, that there was liberatory p... read more
The manufacturing myth
Rick Santorum says manufacturing is "vital to the health of society," and vows to get it back by eliminating corporate income taxes on manufacturers. President Barack Obama also wants to get manufactu... read more