The U.S. has not responded wholeheartedly or effectively to the challenge of international competition. Our competitive position is eroding. Reversing this trend requires more than new tactics or new roles for government—government has not effectively performed the role it already has. This article is based on the report of the President's Commission on Industrial Competitiveness, which was chaired by the author.
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