After decades of disregard, leaders in the nation’s capital have begun to see the light on the important role manufacturing plays in the country’s future.
For more than three decades, the ruling class in Washington, D.C., treated the domestic manufacturing sector with ambivalence, if not outright disdain. The road to prosperity, it seemed, was not through making things here at home.
The road to prosperity, it seemed, was not through making things here at home. This lack of interest was not owned by one political party, but spread throughout the nation’s capital.
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