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Factory closures like these point to the real crisis behind the crisis.

Reviving Manufactures Essential to Saving Lives

By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 7, 2020—A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on Dec. 30, has once again highlighted the relationship between the depressed state of American manufacturing and the ongoing epidemic of opioid deaths. Under the title “Association Between Automotive Assembly Plant Closures […]

by January 7, 2020 0 comments Infrastructure, News
An auto plant converted for war production

The Quintessential Mobilization Economy

By Stuart Rosenblatt The following is part 4 of a series devoted to “Lessons for a Recovery: The WWII Economic Mobilization.” Click the following titles for the previous three parts: Part One, Part Two , and Part Three . July 18, 2018—The evening of December 7, “the day that will […]

by July 21, 2018 1 comment Commentary, History
American soldiers in Vietnam.

`Last-chance’ Contract on America: Drugs are Killing America’s Workforce, More Casualties than Vietnam

By Angela Vullo Dec. 1, 2017–On October 2, four professors from Ohio State University issued a landmark policy paper  connecting the ongoing loss of productive jobs to the wildly escalating drug epidemic. If the estimates prove accurate, 2017 will be the second year in  in a row that drug deaths […]

by December 1, 2017 Comments are Disabled News