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Trump’s Jobs Homecoming A Long Shot Even In Manufacturing Hot Spots

When U.S. manufacturing employment peaked, Jimmy Carter was president, inflation was 11 percent, and craftsmen at Frontier Contact Lenses made the company’s products one at a time on diamond-tipped lathes.As presidential candidates promise to reclaim jobs lost in the intervening decades, they might want to visit the company now. Bought by Johnson & Johnson in 1981, the fully automated factor... READ MORE