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That used to be us : how America fell behind in the world it invented and how we can come back

Author: Thomas L Friedman; Michael Mandelbaum
Publisher: Christian Large Print 2012.
Series: Thorndike Press large print basic series.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Friedman and Mandelbaum make recommendations for meeting four major challenges currently facing the United States, including globalization, the information technology revolution, chronic deficits, and unbalanced energy consumption.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas L Friedman; Michael Mandelbaum
ISBN: 9781594135569 : PAP 1594135568 : PAP
OCLC Number: 815848957
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 696 p. (Large print)
Contents: If you see something, say something --
Ignoring our problems --
Ignoring our history --
Up in the air --
Help wanted --
Homework x 2 = the American dream --
Average is over --
This is our due --
The war on math (and the future) --
The war on physics and on other good things --
The terrible twos --
The war between the parties --
Show me the money --
Devaluation --
They just didn't get the word --
Shock therapy --
Rediscovering America.
Series Title: Thorndike Press large print basic series.
Other Titles: How America fell behind in the world it invented and how we can come back
Responsibility: Thomas L Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum.

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Friedman and Mandelbaum make recommendations for meeting four major challenges currently facing the United States, including globalization, the information technology revolution, chronic deficits, and unbalanced energy consumption.

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