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NORTH READING, Massachusetts (CNN) -- A bit of classic Americana is leaving the United States.
The Chuck Taylor All Star, the legendary high-top shoe from Converse -- the company that put sneakers on the map -- will no longer be "Made in the United States."
The company has filed for bankruptcy, and has arranged for the venerable Chuck Taylor to be made in China.
Converse files for bankruptcy
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