More like us: making America great again

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Houghton Mifflin, Mar 13, 1990 - Political Science - 245 pages
Arguing against following examples set by the Japanese in rebuilding American economic strength, the author recommends utilization of the vast skills and resources of immigrants to the United States

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Fallows has spent the last few years living in Japan and Malaysia with his wife and children, reporting with geniality and penetration for Atlantic Monthly and National Public Radio. Unlike writers ... Read full review

Contents

2THE JAPANESE TALENT FOR ORDER28
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3THE AMERICAN TALENT FOR DISORDER48
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4THE GOLDEN DREAM67
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James Fallows is National Correspondent for "The Atlantic Monthly," and has worked for the magazine for more than twenty years. His previous books include "Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy," "Looking at the Sun," "More Like Us," and "National Defense," Fallows has been a regular commentator on NPR. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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