U.S. Too Dependent on Foreign Suppliers in Crises

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The United States is at risk of being dangerously unprepared for serious emergencies because of the offshoring of critical manufacturing sectors and a reliance on foreign suppliers for products needed in the wake of catastrophic events. According to a groundbreaking report released by the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), the U.S. must revitalize its manufacturing capacity to reduce such vulnerability. The report was co-authored by Tom Ridge, the first secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Robert B. Stephan, a former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security for Infrastructure Protection.

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9 years ago

gee wiz it took a college edumactrioned group of people to figure that out?What did they think was going to happen when NAFTA get signed? All the “common people knew what was going to happen to the jobs. Got any other treaties that need to be signed?