According to Nobel Prize–winning economist Robert Solow, technological progress has been responsible for about half of U.S. economic growth since the end of World War II. Politicians of all stripes recognize the importance of science and technology to our future well-being, writes Ronald Bailey. So what do the Democratic and Republican party platforms have to say about science and technology policy?
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