The Feasibility of a Comprehensive U.S. Industrial Policy
William E. Hudson looks at the political prospects of several recent proposals for creating a national industrial policy. He finds the approach in these proposals politically flawed and suggests that incremental changes utilizing existing governmental institutions are more likely to improve America's industrial policies.
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