Can the US disengage from China's manufacturing and larceny? @GordoGChang @ThadMcCotter @AlanTonelson

Feb 19, 2019, 04:00 AM

Photo:An illustration of furnace bellows operated by waterwheels, from the Nong Shu, by Wang Zhen, 1313 AD, during the Yuan Dynasty in China.

Wang Zhen - http://www.waterhistory.org/histories/waterwheels/

This medieval printed illustration depicts waterwheels powering the bellows of a blast furnace in creating cast iron. This illustration is taken from the 14th century treatise Nong Shu, written by Wang Zhen in 1313 AD, during the Chinese Yuan Dynasty.

Public Domain

File:Yuan Dynasty - waterwheels and smelting.png

Created: 31 December 1312

Can the US disengage from China's manufacturing and larceny? @GordoGChang @ThadMcCotter @AlanTonelson

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