The Slack is Gone: How the U.S. Lost Its Competitive Edge in the World Economy

September 1, 1986
Ian Mitroff and Susan A. Mohrman state that during the late 1970s, when chronic inflation eroded the dollar's value in international trade, American goods became artificially attractive to foreign buyers-and American manufacturers were lulled into an artificial sense of security about their ability to compete.

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