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mass-production

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  • But the technology in which China is investing, and in which Friedman urges the U.S. to invest public funds as well, doesn't even come close to this, and probably won't for many years, even if heavy subsidies lead to mass-production as Friedman predicts.

    Tom Friedman's electric car aid acid test

  • What would be required is actual expertise, not the mechanized mass-production, judgment free methods that have come to pervade the industry.

    The 14th Banker: Misdiagnosis of Small Business Act

  • Of course those images were not widespread until mass-production made things easy to spread around.

    beauty

  • And the State of Florida just completed a morally repugnant settlement with one of the eight law firms that turned themselves into mass-production perjury factories for the banks, generating "robo-signed" documents and breaking laws right and left.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Justice by the Numbers: Chasing Immigrants While Bank Criminals Go Free

  • The Nissan Leaf is the world's first mass-production electric car.

    Electric Dreams

  • Outside of those cities and their very-inner ring suburbs, what the real estate developers and mass-production builders have decided to provide to the market is vast swaths of isolated “complexes” consisting of undifferentiated claptrap apartment blocks and townhouses.

    Matthew Yglesias » The High Cost of Subsidized Homeownership

  • Because the US government spent huge amounts of money (via the Pentagon) on basic science and engineering, and then handed the results to these companies for commercialization and mass-production.

    Matthew Yglesias » Culture and Size and Scope of Government

  • Because some things, more specifically: mass-production of consumer goods, are done better by the private sector.

    Matthew Yglesias » Is Stimulus Impossible

  • Basic/fundamental research (the most expensive component) is always socialized via Pentagon, grants to universities, or big direct government projects, like NASA or the Manhattan project or the interstate highway system; the results are then commercialized, passed to the private sector to organize mass-production and reap the profits.

    Matthew Yglesias » Is Stimulus Impossible

  • “I already said what the private sector does best: mass-production of consumer goods, cheap identical items. [etc.]”

    Matthew Yglesias » Is Stimulus Impossible

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