This year, FOX Business is spotlighting American-made goods for everyone on your gift list. From items under $50 for grandpa, to baby toys under $10, you can find it all made in the U.S. Most items highlighted are manufactured by small businesses; in the last 17 years, small businesses have generated 65% of all new jobs in the U.S., according to the Small Business Administration. Lipscomb says buying American most always means supporting our nation'Âs small businesses.
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