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December 11, 2010


From the Editors

The third in a series of quarterly supplements jointly presented by The Atlantic and National Journal explores t...

How to Succeed in Exports … By Really, Really Trying

The example of two U.S. manufacturers is a story of caution as well as hope.


Trade Cities

The U.S. cities that make goods to sell abroad aren’t confined to the coasts. Helping more of them go global could...


From Factories to Cubicles

An American economy that used to be built on making stuff is now built on shuffling paper instead. From 1947 to 2009...


White-Collar Outgo

Don’t worry about those call centers in India. The United States is hawking more white-collar services to foreigne...

Survival Guide

Hard World, Dream Jobs

It isn’t easy to find a dream job in an uncooperative marketplace, but there are ways.


Uncle Sam Inc.

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke on how the United States can compete. 

In Perspective

Trump Cards

Three reasons for optimism that American economic power will endure.

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