The previous chapters provide a vantage point from which we can now move on to assess whether there are realistic and practical policy changes which could be made to deal with many of America’s most pressing problems. The issue is whether there is a common cause for most of them which could be rectified by nothing more complicated than altering macro-economic policies in entirely manageable ways. The changes to be made would need to achieve a sufficiently positive response from all the relevant sectors of the US economy to provide the resources and the incentives to lead the US in a new and much more purposeful direction.
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