The American Consumer. The last line of defense against the flood of competition from cheap products made by cheap labor.
The American Consumer. He has built fortunes in the past and is building fortunes once again in foreign countries, such as China, India, Mexico, Japan and South Korea.
He must now turn his gaze homeward and look to build modest fortunes once again in America. He knows he can do this. All he needs to do is insist that many – not all – products that he buys are made right here in America.
This website will list products that are manufactured in the U.S. What does “manufactured” mean? It means the products are assembled in the U.S. We realize that because of globalization many components that go into the assembly of finished products come from all over the world. We can therefore realistically expect that U.S. manufactured products will continue using components that come from the four corners of the globe. Hopefully, U.S. manufacturers will start making the components that are used to assemble their products. That is a goal for the foreseeable future.
In our next blog, we will discuss electronics and high-tech products. Stay tuned.