One man in Bozeman, Montana, has thrown down the gauntlet to builders throughout the nation. Anders Lewendal, a builder who holds a degree in economics, asserts that buying just 5% more American-made materials would create 220,000 jobs. When ABC News reporter David Muir spoke to a Boston consulting firm, that figure was validated. Watch this compelling story about Lewendal’s all-American house and the 33 states that played a part in making it happen.
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Blog • May 25, 2012
An all-American house built in Bozeman, Montana
by Dustin Keeth
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