Leo Gerard

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During his White House  news conference  today, President Obama insisted again that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on…

Is China Becoming the World's New Civil Engineer?

During his White House news conference today, President Obama insisted again that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on…

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Once again today, President Obama insisted that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on track.

Is China Becoming the World's New Civil Engineer?

Once again today, President Obama insisted that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on track.

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