Each candidate's plan to reshore jobs from abroad : The Indicator from Planet Money Author and economics commentator Matt Klein joins the show to discuss the ways each presidential candidate plans to bring manufacturing jobs to the United States.
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How Biden And Trump Plan To Reshore Jobs

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How Biden And Trump Plan To Reshore Jobs

How Biden And Trump Plan To Reshore Jobs

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Donald Trump and Joe Biden both say something needs to be done about the stagnating American manufacturing sector. They both want to bring manufacturing businesses, jobs, and production back home.

But they disagree sharply on exactly how to get that done.

Matt Klein, co-author of Trade Wars Are Class Wars: How Rising Inequality Distorts the Global Economy and Threatens International Peace joins the show to talk about how each candidate plans to bring manufacturing back to America.

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