The infrastructure delusion

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August 15, 2011
Foundation for Economic Education
by Richard W. Fulmer  
Posted in Commentary

"Infrastructure does not an economy make. Highways and railroads, airports and seaports, communications towers and fiber optics cables are essential for the flow of commerce, but it is the people, goods, and information moving over and through this infrastructure that are the heart of an economy. Overinvestment in roads, bridges, and airports means underinvestment in the productive base that is an economy’s life blood." (08/15/11)  

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