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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 […]

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The Ruins of Detroit, photographed by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

As Report on “Despair in Rural America” documents: Opioids Can’t Kill the Pain of 40 Years of Post-Industrial Economy

By Angela Vullo Oct. 6–According to two Ohio State University experts, “despair caused by the lack of jobs and hope is the greatest single factor in the growing opioid addiction crisis in rural Ohio.” Mark Partridge, SWANK Chair in Rural/Urban Policy and Mike Betz, Assistant Professor in the Department of […]

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