THE CAPTAINS SEE A TILTED FIELD In a new FORTUNE 500/CNN Moneyline Poll, America's top executives say global competition is getting less fair -- but they can win without government help

O'Reilly, Brian
November 1989
Fortune;11/6/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 11, p93
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