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Taking the Long View: Rostow on Prospects for the World Economy
Peter B. Kenen reviews W. W. Rostow's diagnosis and remedies for the problems of the U. S. economy. He has doubts about the diagnosis and reservations about the remedies, suggesting that democracies must come to grips with the politics of distribution if they are to solve their economic problems.

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