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How 4 cities are using manufacturing to build equitable economies

A new report from the Equitable Innovation Economies Initiative argues industry can foster diverse, dynamic growth Manufacturing as a bedrock of the middle class: that’s a quaint thought, isn’t it? In an election cycle dominated by discussion of trade policy and economic angst, the idea that the American manufacturing sector can be an engine for equitable growth may seem as contemporary as tail fins on an Oldsmobile.
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