The need for a national strategy, with a detailed description following as to how and why this strategy would help Canada claim the twentieth century. Some topics covered include: the factors that dictate economic decisions; how others see us: the lack of visible national goals; an ailing economy; a chaotic labour scene; poor management and productivity. A relative economic decline over the past 30 years. The need for a vibrant manufacturing industry. The lack of wealth in the service industry. Canada now a less developed country. The need for an industrial strategy. Inflation. Suggestions as to what Canada do to encourage the economy. The form of a strategy. An outline of policies which the speaker believes Canada should be following. A vision of Canada.
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