Where Is Our Economic Policy?
Galuszka, Peter, Chief Executive (U.S.)
Chief executives say the Bush Administration lacks a viable strategy for U.S. competitiveness.
For President George W. Bush, the night of January 20, 2005, was one to remember. Nine gala balls were held around Washington, D.C., amid blazing fireworks in celebration of his second inauguration. Of the lot, the snazziest shindig was the Black Tie and Boots Ball, put on at the Marriott Wardman Park hotel by the Texas Society. Featuring exotic animals from Bush's home state, including an armadillo and an alligator, the event was a fast sellout. By some accounts, tickets sold online at prices of up to $4,000 were gone in 40 minutes.
Corporate leaders greatly preferred Bush to …
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Publication information: Article title: Where Is Our Economic Policy?. Contributors: Galuszka, Peter - Author. Magazine title: Chief Executive (U.S.). Issue: 209 Publication date: June 2005. Page number: 30+. © 1999 Chief Executive Publishing. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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