President Barack Obama ventured to Carnegie Mellon University to deliver an economic viability keynote detailing the changes that the United States must make to remain competitive in the global market.
One of the main points that the President makes is that success will only come through collaboration and that the American people must ban together and harness each citizen’s unique talents to remain powerful in the global sphere.
Obama uses personal analogies and stories of those that are struggling to make ends meet as the basis of his economic viability keynote. He explains that until it is recognized that those who are in economic crisis directly influence the state of the country as a whole, even if others are prospering, economic progress can not be achieved.
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