Wanted: A National Broadband Policy
Judging by the BusinessWeek best sellers this summer, one might conclude that our nation is in serious trouble. Fareed Zakaria describes a "post-American world," Thomas Friedman explains why we desperately "need a green revolution," and Regina Hertzlinger wonders: "Who killed health care?" Certainly, the U.S. faces unprecedented challenges maintaining its global leadership in a world that is increasingly educated, innovative, and able. Not surprisingly, American competitiveness is front and center on the campaign trail.
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