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Innovation isn't the panacea it seems

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / December 5, 2004

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Innovation has become an all-purpose tonic, the default prescription for every pain associated with the retrenching American economy. Whatever the problem -- slower growth, global competition, fewer well-paying jobs -- innovating, we are told, is the solution. (Full article: 613 words)

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