Mark Muro

Brookings Institution

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Mark Muro is Director of Policy for the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution.

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This week, surrounded by American goods, President Trump kicked off his ' Made in America ' week.

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This week, surrounded by American goods, President Trump kicked off his ' Made in America ' week.

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Many American workers are panicked about automation, for good reason. Computers and robots are replacing more and more men and women.

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Many American workers are panicked about automation, for good reason. Computers and robots are replacing more and more men and women.

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Congressional investigators have revealed details of how $535 million in federal dollars went down the drain on guaranteed loans for high-tech solar panels.

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Congressional investigators have revealed details of how $535 million in federal dollars went down the drain on guaranteed loans for high-tech solar panels.

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