Selling our security: the erosion of America's assets

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A look at how U.S. government officials are allowing American businesses to sell off security and technological assets to foreign-owned companies details the greed, corruption, ineptitude, and political folly that have made the United States vulnerable. Tour.

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SELLING OUR SECURITY: The Erosion of America's Assets

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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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About the author (1992)

Tolchin has been covering congressional ethics for forty years, mainly in the pages of his Washington weekly, The Hill.

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