Building Future Prosperity Through Advanced Technology

Picture of an Laura Tyson.
Laura Tyson, Chairwoman of the President's National Economic Council, speaks on the topic of building Future prosperity through advanced technology.

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We need a balanced budget but not at the expense of the nation's future growth and prosperity.

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Advanced technologies remain an important part of the Administration's economic strategy.

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A sharp and ideological attack by the Congress aimed at eliminating programs vital to America's technological future.

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Historically, a decrease in federal spending on R&D is followed by a decrease in R&D spending in the private sector.

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The Clinton Administration has pushed very hard for a 50-50 public partnership in advanced technology programs.

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Congressional attacks on not only civilian technologies but educational and environmental technologies as well.

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The Clinton Administration offers a different approach.

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