"An uneven follow-up to Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, but it may find an audience in certain economics classrooms and among die-hard supporters of private-sector interests. "
Litan and Schramm (Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism
, 2007, etc.) take on the question of how to increase the long-term rate of potential economic growth to get back in line with the roughly 3 percent that prevailed during the " ‘golden' post-World War II quarter-century spanning 1948 to 1973."
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