On the path to one million manufacturing jobs, President Obama may need to take matters into his own hands
Earlier this week, Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) President Scott Paul reminded Americans (via an op-ed at Huffington Post) about President Obama's campaign promise to create one million new manufacturing jobs in his second term.
We've received questions from AAM supporters asking "What can President Obama do to help create manufacturing jobs that does not require Congressional approval?"
The answer: a few things. In the video below, Paul explains five steps President Obama can take that would help to grow manufacturing jobs in the United States. Chief among them -- getting tough on currency manipulation.
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