“DH: There had been, during the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, a steady process of deindustrialization, that is, the loss of manufacturing jobs.”
“Manufacturing was hit especially hard: From 2001 to 2004, manufacturing lost more jobs than during the entire "deindustrialization" years from the late 1970s through the 1980s, and those losses continued throughout the entire 2002-2007 expansion.”
“Politicians tend to equate unemployment with "deindustrialization," as they respond to unemployed steel-workers marching across the television screen.”
“In the mid-1980s we were warned that America's "deindustrialization" was making us a nation of low-paid hamburger flippers and laundry workers (see "We're Not a National Laundromat"); the notion couldn't survive the economic boom of the 1990s.”
“The recession, added to longstanding trends such as deindustrialization and the decline of union jobs - which have affected male workers disproportionately - is hastening this cultural shift away from traditional ideals of married families.”
“In Detroit, the devastating economic effects of deindustrialization continue to push inhabitants away from what was once the fourth-largest city in America.”
“Think about the trillions in Bush liabilities, the deindustrialization, the disastrous foreign and domestic policies.”
“The deindustrialization of much of northern Britain was the other side of the coin, leading to big job losses in traditional industries such as mining, steel, shipping, and manufacturing.”
“We must reckon nowadays with the spreading “deindustrialization” of the U.S.,”
“Especially when you consider that the 1990s were a time of deindustrialization and the growth of a high-end-skewed “knowledge economy,” those are remarkably similar growth rates. change Says:”
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