N.H. social studies students find shortage of American-made goods

12/21/2012 | Telegraph (Nashua, N.H.), The

Sociology teacher Kelly Ward presented her Nashua High School South students with a research project: Find American-made products at the local mall. The idea stemmed from ABC News' "Made in America" campaign, and eventually involved teachers of other social studies, English and psychology classes at the school. Students quickly discovered that American-made products were harder to find than they suspected, leading them to think about what that means for the economy and the future.

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