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To understand how dumb our politics have become, listen to a real CEO

We have bemoaned the level of discourse in the presidential debate, but more specifically, the candidates’ neglect of the single most important issue we face: raising worker productivity. “Right now our productivity stinks,” explained GE Chief Executive Jeffrey Immelt at the Aspen Institute/Atlantic’s Washington Ideas Forum today. We can get to $35-per-hour jobs, but not […]
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