Reagan administration plot the moving of factories & jobs overseas, south of the border

Oct 23, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Penticton Herald

as Conrad Black, Denise Donlon among contributors to a 100 Days That Changed Canada

The story of how, in 1986, Michael Moore snuck into a private meeting that was organized by the Reagan administration to literally plot the moving of factories and jobs overseas and south of the border ("I was there. I was a witness to the murder of the American Dream.");

as Denise Donlon also writes on the day MuchMusic rocked the tube. Peter Mansbridge details when baseball player Jackie Robinson broke the colour barrier ...

http://michaelmoore.com/book-tour/here-comes-trouble/

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