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Made in the good ol' U.S. of A.
"You can't do this to me; I'm an American!" protests the heroine in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.' And for decades it was believed that, as Teddy Roosevelt put it, "We here in America hold in our hands the hope of the world." American industrial might, especially post World War I, was second to none. These days, though, you're more likely to see "Made in China" on a clothing label than "Made in USA." U.S. workers are well-compensated and often unionized, which can drive clothing prices up to a level that consumers deem unaffordable. The one exception seems to be ties, and I'm not sure why, but most ties in America are still made in America. So my "Made in USA" collection consists mostly of ties, but there are a few other items here; many of which, of necessity, are vintage.
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