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If we all bought American, there wouldn't be tariff turmoil

Guest Commentary


September 27, 2018

My first new car was a Chevy Malibu made in Detroit. A few years later, my wife and I bought a few acres north of Airway Heights and thought we needed a small truck. I wouldn’t settle for anything but an American brand and was surprised to find that our new Luv truck was made in Japan. The only thing American on it was the Chevy emblem.

My next truck was a half-ton Chevy made in Canada. It was followed by a Ford made in Mexico. During my rebellious phase, I owned a Harley that was made in Milwaukee. Thus, I was a bit surprised that the loudest protests to President Trump’s decision to i...

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