by Michael Mandelbaum
Hardcover, 213 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $23.95 |
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Discusses the economic power of the United States in the face of the country's large deficits due to its public programming, and argues that the future frugality of the country will affect the rest of the world.
August 22, 2010 When the U.S. was rich, it could afford to be the world's policeman. Now it's strapped for cash, and that might mean a new phase for American foreign policy.
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