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Rebuilding American Manufacturing: Memos to the Next President

On January 20, 2017--after the speeches, parades, and parties end--the next president will sit down, start sifting through a seemingly endless trove of briefing binders, and begin making difficult decisions that will shape the future of the world.   Many of the next president's most consequential choices--on trade, technology, education, and other matters--will have serious implications for American manufacturing.
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