Anna and Jon Usry of Dallas and their children Landon and Ellis thought that at least half the products in their home were made in the U.S.A.
"Whenever we have a viable option, we would love to buy American," Jon Usry said.
But after they agreed to let ABC News' movers empty their home of imported products, the family returned to a nearly empty home -- the bedroom, kitchen and living room all were stripped bare. The only items left included the kitchen sink and a lone vase filled with hydrangeas.
"We have nothing left," Anna Usry said. "No bed, no rug, no sheets, no pillows."
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