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Back Stories -- 2007

A Big Lump Of Coal: President & Congress Give A Christmas Present To The Federal Science Agencies
(December 21, 2007)

General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt: The U.S. No Longer Drives Global Economic Growth And Must Decide If It Wants To Be A Competitive Nation
(November 30, 2007)

International Trade Commission Finds Another U.S. Industry Completely Gone
(November 15, 2007)

Washington, D.C. Defense Manufacturing Technology Promotion Group Achieves 'Critical Mass'
(October 31, 2007)

Domestic Manufacturers Worry About Loss Of Influence In NAM's New Policy-Making Process
(October 17, 2007)

Technology Administration Goes 'Poof'
(September 28, 2007)

Sloan Foundation President Ralph Gomory: Transferring Production Offshore Is Not Free Trade
(September 17, 2007)

Revival Of Atomic Energy Will Occur Without Many U.S. Manufacturers; NRC Will Have To Approve Foreign-Made Designs And Thousands Of Foreign-Made Components
(August 27, 2007)

Who Benefits Most From The iPod Being Made Overseas? Apple And Its Knowledge Workers
(July 31, 2007)

America's Oldest Industry Is On The Brink Of Extinction
(July 17, 2007)

China Creates A Massive Foreign Investment Fund That Could Grow To $900 Billion
(June 29, 2007)

Michigan Professor Questions University's Ties With China
(June 15, 2007)

Michigan Professor Questions University's Ties With China
(June 15, 2007)

Rudy Giuliani Benefits From Sale Of U.S. Highways To Foreign Companies; Q&A With Pat Choate On Privatizing U.S. Highways & The NAFTA Superhighway
(June 15, 2007)

Were Americans Duped? The Political Rationale For Chinese Trade Deals Has Proven To Be Specious
(May 30, 2007)

Main Street Versus Wall Street: Asian Currency Manipulation Riles Members Of Congress
(May 15, 2007)

Editor's Journal: Virginia Tech Shooting Hits Close To Home; The True Character Of A Generation Is Revealed
(April 27, 2007)

Manufacturing Productivity Growth Isn't What The Government Measures: Numbers Are Inflated By Cost Reductions From Offshore Outsourcing
(April 16, 2007)

Bush Decision In Favor Of Chinese Imports Leads To Loss Of 500 Very Good American Jobs
(March 29, 2007)

Behind The Sound Bites Of Republican Presidential Hopeful Rep. Duncan Hunter: U.S. Multinationals Have Become Chinese Corporations
(March 13, 2007)

Nationwide System Of Manufacturing Extension Centers Receives Unexpected Surprise: Centers Will Compete With Each Other For Limited Funds
(February 23, 2007)

New, Well-Funded Advocacy Group Called The Alliance For American Manufacturing Is Up And Running In Washington, D.C.
(February 6, 2007)

One Last Look At The Midterm Election: Democrats Rode Into Office On Strength Of Trade & Middle-Class Economic Issues
(January 23, 2007)

'Truck Stop Politics': Washington Oligarchy Ignores Working Class At Its Peril; Disgruntled Manufacturing Workers Flex Their Electoral Muscle
(January 5, 2007)

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