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Funny.........I couldn't help but notice that many of these companies either are or were successful American corporations that have been PURCHASED by overseas investors. Most if not all still employ quite a few Americans so while some of the profits may benifit those that own it elsewhere when we buy these products they still keep Americans working during these rough times.
With that said I too would RATHER buy from an American owned and operated company where the products are made here instead of overseas. I truly hope that the trend to make things here continues to improve. Here are some PARTIAL links to made in USA items there are many more out there:)
ttp://www.allamericanstore.us/ , ttp://madeinusaforever.com/ , ttp://www.bing.com/search?q=Products+Made+in+USA&FORM=R5FD4 just add an h at the beginning:)
We have a write to know these things. If a produce is made in the United States but owned by a company out side the United States that product should have to put that on the label as well. We the people of the United States Have the write to know these things. That is why mdse was forced to put on their labels where they were made, so as we could not only know where it was made but also know where our money was going. There are enough people in America like Warren Beauty, Opera Winfrey and so many others that could buy these companies and truly keep them America owned.
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