What's Good For Japan Isn't Necessarily Good For The U.S.By
Western observers marveling at Japan's economic success have long sought the "secret" behind it. There are many ingredients in the Japanese stew, of course, and some are hardly mysterious. Still, parceling out credit to the various contributors is a worthy endeavor. How else are we to decide which aspects of the Japanese system are worth emulating and which are not?
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