Since the 1980s, abandoned factories like the one above in Detroit has become a common scene in urban America. And given that half of the goods we buy now comes from countries like China, it certainly feels as though the U.S. is making less and less each year. Yet the government reports that manufacturing output has continued to increase over the years, and the financial and economic community overwhelmingly agrees. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Manufacturingcollapse.com provides a comprehensive study that not only proves, but explains America’s decline in manufacturing and the future outlook. Updates on the manufacturing industry are also provided. Thank you for your interest.
Devin D. Roundtree
M.A. Economics, University of Detroit Mercy