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U.S. and Chinese Consumers Willing to Pay More for ‘Made in USA’ Products

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Driven by Quality and Patriotism, U.S. Shoppers Will Pay a 10 to 60 Percent Premium for the Made in USA Brand Across a Broad Range of Product Categories, According to a Boston Consulting Group Survey

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Many Americans have throwback Fourth without power – Fox News

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MOUNT VERNON, Va. – George Washington never had air conditioning, but he knew how to keep cool: a mansion with lots of windows elevated on the banks of a wide, rolling river and lots of ice cream, maybe with a little brandy.
Patriotism, fireworks, hot dogs mark nation's 236th birthdayUSA TODAY

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Over-the-top comments on Japan

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The letters from Patrick Byrne (Feb. 19, “Japan remains the best choice”) both contain elements of truth. Motsenbocker’s lyrical fawning over a near idyllic Japan is decidedly over the top — a potentially rosy economy combined with “paid for” protective sea walls no less — but Byrne’s dystopic vision (terrible place to live, seething with xenophobes) is too.
Byrne further shoots himself in the foot when he uses two dreaded E-words — “European” and “elitist” — to describe what Motsenbocker’s letter sounds like to him. “Elitist,” in particular, denies the writer as having any view other than that from an ivory tower. “European” compounds the damage. To update and paraphrase 18th-century author Samuel Johnson’s dictum about patriotism: Using the E-word is the last refuge of a scoundrel.

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