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Thursday, June 22, 2017

America’s Political Economy: Infrastructure and Chicago’s 75th street corridor – ADAM TOOZE

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– Adam Tooze
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America’s infrastructure deficits can be measured and assessed by national surveys. According to the annual infrastructure report card issued by the American Society of Civil Engineers there is a $ 2 trillion, ten-year funding deficit. The statistics are alarming but abstract. The general dereliction makes itself felt in catastrophic failures, bridge collapses etc. It can be felt at a personal level in day to day hassle and discomfort. For big-hitting policy experts like Larry Summers or top …  show all text
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@amonck: This @adam_tooze post is fascinating: http://ift.tt/2tuWJN9; the whole of the US economy passes through one awful flat junction in Chicago
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@DianeCoyle1859: This @adam_tooze post is fascinating: http://ift.tt/2tuWJN9; the whole of the US economy passes through one awful flat junction in Chicago
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