The ups and downs of American brinkmanship

Greene, Micchael
October 2002
Furniture/Today;10/7/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p126
Trade Publication
Focuses on Americans' individualist idea that politicians and products can be trusted. Current American slogan; Resilient attitude of Americans.


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