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US manufacturing jobs have declined. This is where they've really gone

During the 2000s, American blue-collar jobs were churned more than they were destroyed. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

J. Bradford DeLong

Professor of Economics, University of California at Berkeley

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