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Should the U.S. build a national high speed rail system?

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U.S. should build high-speed rail because its advantages. U.S. should use high-speed rail technology solutions technical application of International Patent No. PCT/VN2012 / 000 003. HSR Construction; speed 500-1000km / h. Investment USD/1km less than 3 million, two-way railway, the American people will not oppose high-speed rail. View PCT/VN2012/000003 model. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH6j0-eyXFA...

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