Critical Technology: A New Way To Say `Industrial Policy'Paul Magnusson
Washington is a city of lists. Campaign contributor lists. Congressional seniority lists. A and B lists for power-party givers. Now, there's a new kind of list in Washington, and business is clamoring to sign on. What's this roll of honor? The "critical technologies list."
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