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North American Manufacturing Can Reduce China Dependency

OPINION By GUILLERMO E. JASSON Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* As some of China’s competitive advantages erode, North America (NA) has an opportunity to reposition itself as an attractive alternative to the Asian giant to manufacture for local and international companies. This repositioning could attract foreign investment, create jobs and stimulate economic growth in NA, improving the

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1977: Acapulco, Braniff…and the Setting Jetset Sun

By WILLIAM JACK SIBLEY     For five years in the late 1970s, early 80s, I was employed as a “Spanish speaker” steward for the coolest (at the time) airline in the world – Braniff International. Braniff was famous for inaugurating “The End of the Plain Plane” in it’s attention-getting, revamped transformation designed by Madison Avenue whiz kid Mary Wells Lawrence, second

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