January 8, 2013

Why America Will Not Become Japan

Andrew Cohen, Ottawa Citizen

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It does the right thing more than the wrong thing, and it has this unfathomable, enduring capacity to reinvent itself when everyone believes it can’t. It is why, dear skeptics, America is not going to be Japan.

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