It was a lot more than the corporate guys selling us out. A company has to make a certain amount of gross profit to stay in business. A large chunk of that gross profit goes to new material and or product say 3-6 months down the road. If they have to borrow money to buy that stuff they get in trouble quick. The company owners want some money for their pockets too as do investors. The government sold us out by imposing minimum wages. How much do you think that drives up cost every time they raise it? Unions too. Is a guy at CaseIH in Fargo really worth 18 bucks an hour putting in a couple of bolts? The union got em there. So don't just put the blame on that ole evil company. There is plenty of blame to go around.
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