Building Future Prosperity Through Advanced Technology
Laura Tyson, Chairwoman of the President's National Economic Council,
speaks on the topic of building Future prosperity through advanced technology.
We need a balanced budget but not at the expense of the nation's future growth and prosperity.
Advanced technologies remain an important part of the Administration's economic strategy.
A sharp and ideological attack by the Congress aimed at eliminating programs vital to America's technological future.
Historically, a decrease in federal spending on R&D is followed by a decrease in R&D spending in the private sector.
The Clinton Administration has pushed very hard for a 50-50 public partnership in advanced technology programs.
Congressional attacks on not only civilian technologies but educational and environmental technologies as well.
The Clinton Administration offers a different approach.
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