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Commentary: Manufacturing Jobs

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Commentary: Manufacturing Jobs

Commentary: Manufacturing Jobs

Commentary: Manufacturing Jobs

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Commentator Russell Roberts looks at the logic behind the evergreen campaign promise to "bring back manufacturing jobs." He is a professor of economics at George Mason University, and says that while manufacturing jobs are disappearing, it is a sign of quality-of-life improvements in America.

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