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A spirit of technologically driven renewal prevails in many urban centers.
With the productivity benefits of information technology finally starting to kick in, we can afford to pursue rapid economic growth.
The alleged disappearance of low-skill job opportunities in the U.S. economy has been exaggerated.
From Seattle to Newark, nonprofit community-based organizations are now teaming up with high-tech companies to reinvigorate inner-city economic life.
The new welfare law creates a major disincentive to invest in productivity-enhancing technology and worker training.