U.S. Economic Woes: We Have Met The Enemy, And...By
Since 1973, when U.S. growth and standard of living began to stagnate, politicians and economists have blamed the economy's problems in good part on the rise of international trade and the uncompetitiveness of U.S. industry. But the global economy may be just a scapegoat for domestic problems only slightly affected by changes beyond our borders.
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