brightsightgroup.com || The pervasive sense of American economic decline has been one of the biggest and most damaging legacies of the financial crisis and deep recession. Rampant growth in China and emerging markets, coupled with seemingly intractable problems at home – huge deficits, political paralysis, high unemployment – have created a sense that America can no longer set the pace for the global economy. Gross lays out the rational case for optimism, noting the ways in which the U.S. has maintained economic leadership in recent years – and how it continues to do so. His argument is based on extensive reporting inside and outside the U.S., a deep knowledge of history, and an understanding of what makes the U.S. economy unique in an increasingly homogenized world. Learn more: brightsightgroup.net/2011/01/daniel-gross.html

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