A Future of American Abundance

By Ray Pinard | January 23, 2013

An interesting article, republished in Free Enterprise.

This article first appeared in Business Horizon Quarterly, a publication of the Forum for Innovation.

The notion of abundance is very American. As a people, we generally like to consider the glass as half-full. We believe cheerfully that there is a future, and that not only we benefit in planning for the future, our actions should lead to a better tomorrow. When historian Alexis de Tocqueville visited the United States in 1831, he observed then that optimism defines our country. Our positive thinking continues to be a powerful inherent advantage, which most other nations do not possess, and so it is fitting that we consider a long-term strategy for national abundance.

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