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Freedom: America's Competitive Advantage in the Global Market

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Globalization brings far more benefits to the U.S. economy than it takes away. In a timely response to books that fuel anxiety over globalization, William Gamble shows that both Europe and emerging economic powers like China and India have serious long-terms problems linked to their cultures, political structures, occasional instability, and state ownership of companies. T ...more
Hardcover, 186 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Praeger Publishers (first published 2007)
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Manuel B
"There is no liberal bias in the media."

That is perhaps Mr. Gamble's biggest pratfall in his book "Freedom," when defending the legal institutions that have made the United States prosperous and perhaps the most flexible country for economic growth. His book defends the U.S. concepts of free speech, free press, property rights, law, and democracy as the bedrock of stability that ensures economic growth and trust. What he fails to address at all, is the chokehold of current U.S. regulations that
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