Date of Original Version

1988

Type

Editorial

Abstract or Description

Many critics of current economic policy and performance fret that we have become a debtor nation. They point with alarm to the growing, some would say mounting, debt we owe to foreigners. More than a little xenophobia enters when talk turns to Japanese purchases of our farms, factories, and office buildings. In

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memo to Council of Economic Advisors, 1988

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