Salt Lake City, UT – How would the nation cope in a world where the dollar is no longer the dominant currency and the United States no longer the dominant power? In his book Three Billion New Capitalists, Clyde Prestowitz argues American dominance in the world is fragile not because its military power is weak, but because it's economic clout is shrinking. Doug talks to Prestowitz about global trends and America's role in the world's economic future.
- Visit Clyde Prestowitz's Economic Strategy Institute
- At 7:00 p.m. RadioWest will broadcast "China's World: Partnering with the Giant." Hosted by Lisa Mullins of "The World," the documentary looks at how two countries, Kazakhstan and Argentina, are tapping China's economic and political strength in their own quest for economic development.
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