Two choices will predominate in America over the next decade—one economic and one political. The economic choice is between preserving an industrial base that is growing increasingly uncompetitive in the global economy, or pushing that industrial base into higher-valued and more competitive productivity. The political choice concerns how we execute the first choice: either through corporatist planning or democratic planning. Corporatist planning is secretive, undertaken by an elite that is ...
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