The role of American technology in the Western Alliance has recently become a much-discussed issue. As should have been apparent long ago, this technology is the basis for America's economic dominance of the Alliance and, therefore, for its military and political dominance as well. This connection between technological and political supremacy has only recently received the public discussion it deserves, largely as a result of the economic hardships facing the British airframe and shipbuilding industries.'
Boston College Industrial and Commercial Law Review
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