This Is What America's Manufacturing Story Looks Like

Manufacturing isn't dying. It's evolving. Here's an interactive visualization of what that means.
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Brian McGill is a news artist at National Journal. He was previously a senior news artist at The Tampa Tribune in Tampa, Florida, and a graphic artist at The Springfield News-Leader in Springfield, Missouri.

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