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10/27/05 02:44 AM
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I think the gist of the argument is that engineering is taking a back seat when compared to profits. that may be true but isn't the comparison faulty? It is capitalism which enabled the rise of industrial and technological development and it is the same capitalism which is dictating todays trends. I think a mistake is being made when it is assumed that engineering growth in the late 20th century in US was solely driven by a quest for engineering excellence. The enterprise is basically looking for oppurtunities to fill a need and simultaneously be profitable. So events progress in such a way that the product of these two factors remain more or less constant. So make your conclusions..

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*Does Engineering Matter and is Free Trade Really Free?   10/21/05 08:52 AM
.*Engineering matters where trade is freeMichael  11/03/05 06:26 PM
.*Product Design and EngineeringRolf  10/31/05 07:25 PM
.*engineers need to become nimbleRachael  10/31/05 02:37 AM
.*I agree but...Hemanth  10/27/05 02:44 AM
.*Free trade is really free when those who build ..Joseph  10/27/05 01:43 AM
.*Buy cheap & your standards lowerIcconian  10/26/05 12:49 AM
.*'Does Engineering Matter and is Free Trade Really Free?'tom  10/23/05 11:39 PM
.*Well saidKWSauter  10/23/05 11:14 PM
.*MisconceptionsElektro  10/23/05 11:53 AM
.*AnnonymousConcerned  10/22/05 04:09 AM
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