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  1. The Maker Movement
  2. Dale Dougherty
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  1. An American Renaissance: How It Is Happening, How to Nudge It Along, Why We Should Care
  2. Bo Cutter
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  1. The Future of Manufacturing: The United States Stirs
  2. David M. Hart
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  1. How Inexpensive RFID Is Revolutionizing the Supply Chain: Innovations Case Narrative: The Electronic Product Code
  2. Sanjay Sarma
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  1. Toward an Open Source Civilization: Innovations Case Narrative: Open Source Ecology
  2. Cameron Colby Thomson, Marcin Jakubowski
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  1. High-Tech, High-Touch, and Manufacturing’s Triple Bottom Line
  2. Adam Friedman, Joan Byron
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  1. Reinventing American Manufacturing: The Role of Innovation
  2. William B. Bonvillian
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  1. America’s Two Systems of Innovation: Innovation for Production in Fostering U.S. Growth
  2. Dan Breznitz, Peter Cowhey
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  1. The Future of National Manufacturing Policy
  2. Gregory Tassey
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  1. Why the United States Needs a National Manufacturing Strategy
  2. Stephen Ezell
  3. pp. 179-191
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  1. The Need for a New Understanding of Manufacturing and Industrial Policy in Leading Economies
  2. Finbarr Livesey
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