Selling Our Security: The Erosion of America's Assets

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Oct 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 448 pages
This analysis of the erosion of America's essential technological assets under the Reagan and Bush administrations shows how our fatal attraction to the Eurodollar and the yen affects not only our domestic economy but our role in an increasingly dangerous world.

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A deeply disturbing report on Adam Smith run amok—or how the Reagan and Bush Administrations, pursuing laissez-faire free-trade policies, presumably allowed foreign competitors to undermine the ... Read full review

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Contents

The Lonely Playing Field
12
The Overseas Investment Challenge
20
Holding On to the Technological Edge
28
Copyright

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Martin Tolchin capped a forty-year career at "The New York Times", where he reported on Congress and politics, by becoming founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of "The Hill" newspaper. He also was the founding senior publisher and editor of "Politico". He is now a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Tolchin is a distinguished professor at George Mason University's Institute for Public Policy.

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