Welcome to Made in America Again,

A movement of consumers dedicated to building healthy communities by buying things made in those communities - Jim Stuber, Founder

"At MIAA, our mission is to educate, motivate, and inspire Americans to restore and nurture individual communities and the American dream through the power of consumer choice.  Our initial, specific goal is to bring home $500 billion of consumer spending, create six million jobs, take the slack out of the economy, and get the virtuous circle going again.  We have a vision of the American dream restored."


American ingenuity is on display in these products

The Space Pen

The Fisher Space Pen Company developed this pen for the American space program. It works in zero gravity, underwater, over wet and greasy paper, at any angle, and at extreme temperatures.

The Pure Bag

After the Pure Bag’s founder contracted MRSA at a gym, she developed these gym bags, back packs, and totes with silver-impregnated fabric to defend against MRSA, athlete’s foot and other gross stuff.

Lux Blox

Lux Blox, with their unique moving linkages, stimulate curiosity, exploration and creativity by enabling kids to explore machines; build biological and chemical structures; and create projects in art, architecture, and design.


The FootMate’s contoured bristles create a stimulating massage and extra cleaning power and increase blood circulation in your feet The softer inner bristles gently massage your tender soles, while the stiffer outer bristles smooth rough skin. 

Shop More American-made gifts using these lists

USA Love List

AAM Gift Guide


We're built on a foundation of facts . . .


“Your smart phone was made in a labor camp, your clothes were made in a sweatshop, and your fish were caught on a slave ship.”


So MIAA founder Jim Stuber tells us in his 2017 book,


What If Things Were Made in America Again: How Consumers Can Rebuild the Middle Class by Buying Things Made in American Communities.​ 


MIAA’s foundational document, the book reveals the truth about sending jobs to other countries, how it’s destroying our future, and, most importantly, how consumers can solve the problem.  For further information and to order a copy, visit: www.themadeinamericabook.com


Jim's book also is available for purchase on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.       




A message from our Founder:


Here is one of my favorite photographs of my children, at a Memorial Day parade in Wayne, Pennsylvania:



Their faces are full of good cheer and optimism.  But what is the future we are creating for them?  A long list of jobs they should not aspire to, because “we don’t do that here anymore?”  An economy that is stagnant because we are sending a net $700 billion a year abroad for foreign products, creating slack in our economy, hollowing out the middle class, and running up debt in the process? 


This is not sustainable, and for our children’s sake, we must act.


Happily, I have concluded that this is a problem consumers have the power to solve themselves, through their spending choices.  This was not inevitable, and it is not irreversible. 


But this is urgent.  So I urge you to join us in restoring healthy communities across America.


I would be happy to hear from you, by email at james.stuber@madeinamericaagain.org, or by phone at (610) 608-5074. 


            -- Jim Stuber


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