Scott Paul

Alliance for American Manufacturing

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Executive Director of the Alliance for American Manufacturing, which advocates on behalf of labor and manufacturers for an industrial policy

Scott Paul on KCRW

After years of decline, all the talk about a "service economy" and predictions that it might never return, manufacturing is making a comeback in the United States.

Manufacturing: Heritage of the Past or Wave of the Future?

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