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a pradeep wrote:
> An interesting article from OP-ED COLUMNIST of NY
> Times THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN titled The Great Indian Dream
> Published: March 11, 2004
> I quote the conclusion:
> The Americans' self-image that this tech thing was
> their private preserve is over. This is a wake-up call
> for U.S. workers to redouble their efforts at
> education and research. If they do that, he said, it
> will spur "a whole new cycle of innovation, and we'll
> both win. If we each pull down our shutters, we will
> both lose."
> Don't you agree?
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