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Gross: The U.S. Needs to Make Things Not Paper

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Thu, 23 Dec 2010

The global economy is suffering from a lack of aggregate demand. With insufficient demand, nations compete furiously for their share of the diminishing growth pie. In the U.S. and Euroland, many policies only temporarily bolster consumption while failing to address the fundamental problem of develo

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