Don't miss this opportunity to tell MSNBC about the fine handmade in America art products that you make, sell or exhibit. The question has been posed as part of MSNBC's coverage this week about the confusion of rules and laws governing and defining what is made in America.
"Today, an “American” car sold in Chicago may have rolled off an assembly line in Tennessee with parts made in a dozen different countries. Last year, some 60 percent of the value of goods sold in the U.S. was imported. That's up from 14 percent in 1980 and 8 percent in 1960, based on the government's gross domestic product data. So what does it mean to be Made in America?"