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'Trade War' With Japan

April 07, 1985

It is a pity that the U.S. government must now bring pressure on Japan to buy more of our products. Japan and other countries do not buy our products, because they are obviously of poor quality.

Until World War II, American-made was the sign of the highest quality, but since then our workers are much more interested in their weekly paychecks than in their work, with today's sad results.

If and when they get back to work and do their jobs as they should, our goods will again sell to foreign countries and Americans will be assured of work. But not until then, and that day looks to be far off, judging by today's workers, a sorry bunch.

JACK P. GABRIEL

Carson

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