Take your eyes off China

June 2011
Trailer / Body Builders;Jun2011, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p41
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The article presents information on the claim of economist and futurist Doctor Jay Lehr that the U.S. must stop worrying about China. According to him, the U.S. will continue to lead the world. He adds that the Chinese government has to worry about keeping its larger population from revolution and keeping them under control. He claims that the U.S. government's law that will set minimum efficiency standards for lighting was one of the worst laws the government has passed.


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