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With the sole purpose of the high-volume production of miniature precision rotary components, Kearfott's Asheville plant is a unique avionic industrial plant containing 86000 square feet. The plant is designed with the view toward the most efficient production flow, including modern equipment, and 850 carefully screen employees.
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31018
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The United States' citizens are now carrying the highest tax burdens in the country's history. In 1960, all local governments spent $29 billion. State budgets spent 25%, or $8 billion on education, while the average four person household spends about $3700 of its annual $6000 income for goods and services.
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31020
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The Federal public debt increased to over $284.9 billion in 1961. For North Carolina, the public debt amounted to over $253 million.
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