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Nothing has become more synonymous with American culture than that of exercise. For some people exercise is an escape, and the idea of lifting weights, cycling 20 miles, or sprinting throughout one’s area code while your neighbors sleep, is somewhat comforting and helps ground us or keeps us connected.
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The Walmarts, Amazons, and Sam’s Clubs of the world have us convinced that we are getting the sweetheart deal! However, when you peek behind the curtain, it begins to become apparent that buying overseas brings with it problems that you never expected. Here are the three best reasons to buy only Made in the USA and not Made in some nefarious country.
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While during the renaissance and the enlightenment period, Cotton became a global force in Europe, American’s invention of the Cotton Gin in 1793 by American Inventor, Eli Whitney helped to supplant the US as the force behind mass cotton manufacturing and helped launch the American Cotton Industry. 
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From the mid to late 20th century, Americana was largely conceptualized as nostalgia for an idealized life in small towns and cities in the United States around the turn of the century, roughly in the period between 1880 and the...
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French sports founder of Le Coq Sportif, Emile Camuset, is credited to have invented the comfortable sportswear, initially intended to keep athletes comfortable and their muscles and joints warm. 
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