January/February 2010: Made in the USA
Beijing's mercantilism challenges America's market ideology and industrial future.
In the 1970s, Wall Street and its economists defeated manufacturing.
If we don't develop a national industrial policy for
clean-energy production, the strategies of other nations will displace American companies and jobs.
If the economy is going to come back, we need
to buy -- and make -- American.
The trading system America sold the world is killing U.S. industry. Here's a better way.
Since 2001, the U.S. has lost 42,400 factories --
and its technical edge.
Business and government may waver, but the American
people want more manufacturing.