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Long road back to Plymouth

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He believes the success story of postwar Japan contains lessons for the United States today: "Rather than spend so much human and financial capital in difficult regions like Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans should give countries like India in Asia and Colombia in Latin America the kind of in-depth advice that the U.S. gave Japan after WWII. It may take time but when the troublesome regions see the results, they will change," Kenneth wrote recently in a post to The Wall Street Journal. The question is whether America's business leaders today can recognize and articulate the "gift" they can give.

Mindy Belz
Mindy Belz

Mindy travels to the far corners of the globe as senior editor of WORLD Magazine and lives with her family in the mountains of western North Carolina. Follow Mindy on Twitter @mcbelz.


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