Takes an optimistic look at America's economic future and offers advice for consumers on subjects ranging from job hunting and education to house hunting and international commerce... largely domestic, will trade longer distances as they migrate from conventional person-to-person services to electronic ones that move over wires. ... In 1993, U.S. domestic sales rose by 17.4 percent while imports declined by 8.5 percent. ... The picture is even more striking in the fastest-growing segment of the industry, sport utility vehicles. Here U.S. firms enjoy an 82 percent market share. The Ford Explorer, Jeep Cherokee, and Chevy Blazer have most of the market to themselves.
|Title||:||The Coming American Renaissance|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 1996|