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A Revival In American Manufacturing, Led By Brooklyn Foodies

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Taking His Economic Message On The Road, Obama Touts Factory Jobs In Iowa

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Woodside Cotton Mill in Simpsonville, SC employed 622 people early in 1988. In 1989, the mill closed. It was recently converted into condominiums. scmikeburton/Flickr hide caption

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