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The Competition Solution, Part Two
Aired 4/7/2005

America’s economy has seen strong growth since the end of World War II, but there have been painful bumps in the road. Economists have struggled for years to figure out what to do to help. We hear about about tax policy, trade policy, exchange rates, and the role of the Federal Reserve, but today’s guest says that we have witnessed a more important factor: Competition. Is competition the answer?
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  Paul London
    Deputy undersecretary of commerce in the Clinton Administration and author of The Competition Solution: The Bipartisan Secret Behind American Prosperity

Originally Aired: 4/7/2005

   
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