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NYT: “U.S. Textile Plants Return, With Floors Largely Empty of People”

An interesting and provocative article in the New York Times about the return of textile manufacturing to the U.S., and the impact that has on labor in the U.S. It turns out, in some sectors, not so much. Excellent food for thought for those who believe the label “Made in the USA” necessarily connotes some kind of revival of American manufacturing reminiscent of the early postwar decades.

It’s a long read, but a worthwhile one. Link here.

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