Bill's RecipeJohn Carey and Douglas A. Harbrecht
Three years ago, executives of high-tech industries who looked to Washington for a little competitive help encountered a White House many perceived as ready to sacrifice American competitiveness on the altar of free-market fanaticism. Industry after industry was losing ground to Japan or Europe. But Silicon Valley and Route 128 lead-ers felt that the Bush Administrationdidn't care whether the U.S. made computer chips or potato chips.
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