[Editor’s note: This is the third post in a series by Ravi Sawhney on the future of manufacturing.]
In his new book, Back to Work, former President Bill Clinton champions the idea of “getting back to the future,” writing, “We got too interested in the present and we lost our commitment to the future . . . We have to look at this as an opportunity to retool our country for the 21st century.” So how does design play a role in retooling for the 21st century? According to Clinton and other experts, we need to establish a better environment for production and creation.
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