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A decline in the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs was in part the result of Use the table below and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. A. globalization. B.
biotechnology. C. entrepreneurs. D. superstations.
A decline in the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs was in part the result of Globalization.
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A decline in the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs was in part the result of Globalization.
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