Our Neglected Physical Economy and the Alleged “End of Work”


For many years America has been guilty of hollowing out the physical, intellectual and human capital needed to compete effectively in the industries which deliver physical solutions.

Why is this?

Beginning in the 1990s, there was a widespread perception that the digital techno-economic revolution would lead to a world in which only virtual things really mattered. Physical things became an after-thoug.....
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