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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Does the U.S. Need an Auto Industry?

At the NY Times Room for Debate, the question is Does the U.S. Need an Auto Industry? My answer is here, and there are also responses from Tyler Cowen and Robert Lawrence. Update: Robert Reich and Deborah Swenson also respond.

Update: If comments are any indication, nobody much like what I wrote, and I don't blame them. I'll follow up soon and explain further.

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