Michigan is the home state of the United Auto Workers union. But if Michigan is ever going to save its manufacturing jobs, it needs non-union auto makers moving into the state. The media keep harping that China is siphoning off all the good manufacturing jobs. But manufacturing employment in the U.S. auto industry still is near its all-time peak of 1 million people. We haven’t lost those jobs. They haven’t gone offshore. They merely have shifted to non-Big Three plants in non-union ...
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