Guardian Provides Details To The New York Times And Others

The New York Times recently published an article about glassmaking in the United States that suggests the glass industry’s international expansion comes at the expense of growth in the United States.

Syndicated columnist Jim Hightower later amplified this notion in a blog post.
Guardian Industries sees the issues differently – and has the facts to support our point of view. So we penned letters to the editors of the New York Times and the Monroe Evening News to present details and facts as they pertain to Guardian.

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