Many experts argue that, for the foreseeable future, we can’t do much better than the 2.2 percent average annual real economic growth we’ve seen since 2009. Are we really doomed to historically lackluster growth that threatens to bankrupt entitlements, derail careers, and diminish our national standing? What structural and policy impediments prevent us from returning to 3.5 percent, or even 5 percent long-term growth? What are the implications of breaking out of the current growth trap? What happens if we don’t? We’ll provide the answers you won’t hear anywhere else.