|From: "Celeste E.
To: Federal Trade Commission <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 8/9/97 9:47am
Subject: Made In The USA
To whom it may concern:
I am apalled that you would consider watering down the meaning of the 'Made In The USA' label. This label has come to mean something not just in the USA but worldwide. It is a matter of pride that you are destroying. Manufactured or assembled products should bear the name of the country they are made in not some concealed meaning. If products are made or assembled in mutiple countries, all the countries should be mentioned along with the percentage of each country's participation.
Consider Truth in Lending, Truth in Advertising - let's allow this label to truthfully state the information about the product. Don't water it down. Allow this to be an honest representation about the product and its origins.
Celeste E. Mickiewicz