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From the Publisher"No single book I have read this year comes close to explaining what has occurred and what must be done to avoid a bad, sad future for the next generation of Americans."
"Any political or economic college-level collection will find this offers fine discussion material."
"Pollina not only lays out a comprehensive diagnosis of how American economic might declined over multiple decades and produced the cataclysm of today, but also provides a thorough prescription to restore U.S. confidence at home and abroad. He pulls no punches…and calls upon economic developers, business executives, and other community leaders to reinvest in the fundamental building blocks that historically made America great: education, R&D, manufacturing, work-force training, less cumbersome government regulation of business, and a more competitive tax environment. Most importantly, he straightforwardly calls for an end to mortgaging-the-future debt and a return to fair and balanced trade policies… This book is both a compelling read and a challenging formula. It should not be ignored… "
—Ron Starner, general manager of Conway Data Inc. and Site Selection magazine