The American made Personna Blues should fit your needs nicely. As far as I know only one DE blade is still made in the States, and it is for lab and medical use, though it works just fine for shaving. There are a few misconceptions in your desire, the first being that the cost of setting up a new blade manufacturing line would never pay for itself, as the demand for blades isn't there. Most equipment in use in the world is second or third hand Gillette or Schick lines, 60-90 years old, carefully babied and maintained by aging experts. The best blades today come from Japan, Israel and Russia, (in my opinion) and this has as much to do with the steel used as the equipment that turns it into blades. The only countries investing in new blade manufacturing lines are third world countries, where the multi bladed razors have yet to penetrate the market. The only country that I know of that is actually building new machinery is India, though the quality of blades is not great. Most of us wet shavers got into wet shaving to save money (not that that actually happened) and the thought of paying a couple of bucks per blade just to get the "Made in America" shave, isn't going to win very many converts. I personally like the multi ethnic dimension that wet shaving entails. A Rooney brush from England, a 1932 Cooper fliptop razor, made in the U.S.A., a Sputnik blade from St. Petersburg, Russia, and a Hungarian shaving cream, mixed in a Japanese Suribachi, completes my morning routine. Well, almost. A splash of Indian Old Spice Limes really finishes it off. The long and short of the matter, is that there are too many high quality blades available, at good prices, to really worry about bringing them back to the States. The best blades have already come and gone, and those who have shaved with the Personna 74's will know what I'm talking about. I have about a thousand Gillette Super Blues from the 60's, and consider them one of the best carbon blades ever made, but I know they will never be made again, and are only at their best in a razor like the Shake Sharp.