Bloodied, battered, but not yet down for the count, there are still pockets of US manufacturing scrappy enough to keep the lights on in the face of overseas competition.
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"When inflation gets to the point where it's causing social unrest that's definitely something that grabs the attention of China's government."
Sure, manufacturing's up -- if half the people doing twice the work really counts as "up."
C'mon, America -- we can't afford to keep doing this to ourselves...
The Atlantic's Daniel Indiviglio analyzes the BLS data and shows us which sectors are expanding.
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