REINVENTING A NATION Local politicians and businesses acknowledge that the answers to America's primary problems have been long known. The country has to get smarter and send more people to college, making it more able to compete in the global high-tech "knowledge economy" of the future. And America needs to keep attracting the world's best and brightest to help it prosper. Manufacturers must also continue moving up the value chain, switching to niche production that cannot be easily ...
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