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    Clichy-sous-Bois..., 2005-11-03 12:42:55 | Main | Impeachment has mandate...., 2005-11-04 12:13:58

    entranced by market fundamentalism, American policymakers misunderstood the sources of American innovation. US technological leadership was built not on market forces, but on an unnatural collaboration between defense and government in a "military industrial complex," the product of two world wars.

    Clyde Prostowitz apparently merely claims the above, without making argumentation or reference to fact. Perhaps. The case would be pretty easy to make based on argumentation and reference to fact, it would be fairly impossible to make the case on the same terms that it was market fundamentalism that brought us something we could call 'American innovation'. There other shiny things to consider: such as a "dollar sphere", which sounds pretty desperate. "What about the West's impact on China"? Good question.


:: posted by buermann @ 2005-11-04 00:18:28 CST | link





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